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With the rapid development of electrified transportation, electrochemical energy storage devices will be more important than they have ever been in human history. Lithium-ion batteries are considered as the most energy efficient candidates, due to their relatively long cycle life. However, their...
Rechargeable zinc-air (Zn-air) batteries have gained renewed interest among the various technologies available with their high theoretical energy density and low cost. However, large-scale industrial deployment of Zn-air batteries is limited by several issues; the most concerning of these are low...
Eutectic and near-eutectic tin (Sn) solder alloys have been indispensable when interconnecting and packaging electronic devices in the assembly of modern electronic circuits. Legislation has necessitated the implementation of lead (Pb)-free solder alternatives to replace near-eutectic Sn-Pb...
Iron-cobalt alloys have been extensively studied as potential hard disk drive write head materials due to their potentially high saturation flux densities (~2.4T), low coercivities and ease of deposition. Iron-cobalt plating solutions have, however, been shown to have stability issues,...
Fabrication, characterization and application of functional coatings on nickel foam to resist hydrogen sulfide corrosion and metal dusting at high temperatureDownload
Electrodeposition and co-electrodeposition methods were used to prepare: (1) copper coated nickel foam; (2) copper-ceria coated nickel foam. Both of these coatings formed a copper-nickel alloy after heat treatment in reducing atmosphere. These coatings have low, stable resistance when exposed to...
The processes of Ni/Cu electro-co-deposition and pure nickel electroplating in magnetic field have been investigated. Various techniques such as scanning electron microscope (SEM), atomic force microscope (AFM), X-ray diffractometer (XRD), and electrochemical characterization were ...