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Deposition of Nickel-Cobalt Alloys by Controlled-Potential Electrolysis.
United States. Bureau of Mines.
|Series||Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 8931|
|Contributions||Holman, J., Neumeier, L.|
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DEPOSITION OF NICKEL-COBALT AllOYS BY CONTROllED POTENTIAL ELECTROLYSIS By J. Holman 1 and L. Neumeier2 ABSTRACT The Bureau of Mines is conducting research to improve technology for the recovery of strategic and critical metals, such as cobalt, nickel,File Size: 8MB.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Holman, J.L. (James L.). Deposition of nickel-cobalt alloys by controlled-potential electrolysis. Avondale, Md.: U.S. The research approach involves melting and casting mixed superalloy scrap into soluble anodes for electrodeposition of ni-co alloys by controlled-potential electrolysis.
The initial experimental results described in this report are from electrolytic tests using alloy anodes cast from elemental nickel, cobalt, and chromium, the main constituent Cited by: 3.
Controlled-Potential Electrolysis to Deposit Ni-Co Alloy. In theory, the controlled-potential mode of electrolysis has the advantage of selective deposition of all elements having a more noble deposition potential than the potentiostat cathode potential setting.
Subsequently, controlled potential electrolysis was carried out at potentials from − to − V vs. the saturated calomel electrode (SCE) on VC and from − to − V vs. SCE on Ti cathode. An electrorefining process to recover nickel, cobalt, chromium and other metals from mixed and contaminated superalloy scrap was developed by the U.S.
Bureau of Mines. The process is based on controlled potential electrolysis (CPE) to selectively deposit a nickel-cobalt alloy and permits the recovery of chromium, tungsten and molybdenum as.
By varying the deposition potential outer layers with compositions ranging from pure titanium over NiTi to nickel-rich alloys such as could be obtained. nickel-cobalt, nickel-niobium, nickel. Water electrolysis is a promising approach to hydrogen production from renewable energy sources.
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Copper, cadmium and thallium are removed in the first stage whereas cobalt is removed in the second stage. Cobalt removal kinetics are affected by soluble antimony and copper additions to the electrolyte. This study was Cited by: 4. Please read our short guide how to send a book to Kindle.
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