Processes of electrodeposition of individual nickel and Ni-SiO2 composite coatings with varied content of the inclusion phase from dilute sulfate-chloride-malate electrolytes at temperatures of 20–40°C with the use of nanodispersed SiO2 were studied. Specific features of how the oxide phase is incorporated into the metallic matrix in electrocrystallization and the content of the inclusion phase affects the microhardness, roughness, solderability, and corrosion resistance of the resulting composite coatings were examined. The conditions in which a Ni-SiO2 coating promising for replacement of chemically deposited nickel in manufacture of semiconductor devices and integrated circuits is electrodeposited from a low-toxicity electrolyte were determined.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 30, 2014
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