日本金属学会誌

J. Japan Inst. Metals, Vol. 14, No. 5 (1950),
pp. 52-55

Studies on the Electrodeposited Alloys (1st Report), On the Electrodeposited Fe-Ni, Ni-Co and Co-Fe Alloys, Part 1. Change of Composition of Alloys by the Electrolytic Conditions

Kaoru Aotani


Abstract:

The change of the composition of electrodeposited Fe-Ni, Ni-Co and Co-Fe alloys under various electrolytic conditions was investigated. Electrolytes mixed with two sulfate solutions were used. In order to make nickel electrodeposit with cobalt or iron, it required excess of nickel in the bath as the former was hard to deposit in comparison with the latters. It was observel that the composition of alloys was changed by the hydrogen ion concentrations, current densities, or temperatures etc. But, if we choose moderate electrolytic conditions, we can obtain the spontaneous component alloys freely.


(Received 1949/11/24)

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