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Alkaline PVA polymer electrolyte with high ionic conductivity of about 0.047 S cm −1 at room temperature was obtained by a solution casting method. The PVA polymer electrolytes, blended with KOH and H 2 O, were studied by DSC, TGA, cyclic voltammetric and a.c. impedance methods. The PVA polymer...
The adsorption behaviour of polyethylene glycol (PEG) in the presence of chloride ion in an acid copper electrolyte was investigated by several electrochemical methods including chronopotentiometry, linear sweep voltammetry, cyclic voltammetry and electrochemical impedance. Surface coverages...
The corrosion properties of Ti–6Al–4V and laser surface melted (LSM) Ti–6Al–4V samples were investigated in 0.05 M H 2 SO 4 /0.05 M NaCl solution. Laser surface treatment was found to increase the corrosion potential and decrease the corrosion rates of the alloy. The current–potential...
A method of electroforming Zr metal, Zr–Al alloy and carbon film on ceramic substrates has been developed. Using this method, it is possible to apply these films to ceramic substrates, which are complicated in structure. Zr metal and alloy film are formed in the LiCl–KCl melt containing...
This review outlines the development of electroless Ni–P composite coatings. It highlights the method of formation, mechanism of particle incorporation, factors influencing particle incorporation, effect of particle incorporation on the structure, hardness, friction, wear and abrasion...
Galvanic interaction between intermetallic phases occurring in NdFeB-based permanent magnets was investigated for the purpose of understanding the electrochemical behaviour of nanocrystalline hot pressed Nd 14 Fe 80 B 6 and Nd 12 Dy 2 Fe 73.3 Co 6.6 Ga 0.6 B 5.6 magnets in 0.5 M NaCl solution of...
The anodic dissolution of gold in alkaline thiosulfate solutions has been studied by using a rotating gold disc. Experimental results have shown that the gold dissolves at measurable rates in thiosulfate solutions at potentials above 0.2 V. It has been confirmed that dissolution occurs in...
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