Features of Structure of Electrodeposited Metals Resulting from Exposure to External Force Parallel, Normal or Inclined to the Crystallization Front
Advances in Materials
Volume 4, Issue 3-1, June 2015, Pages: 1-14
Received: May 23, 2015; Accepted: May 25, 2015; Published: Jun. 18, 2015
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Oleg B. Girin, Department of the Materials Science, Ukrainian State University of Chemical Technology, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine
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Abstract
To prove whether phase formation in an electrochemically deposited metal indeed passes a liquid state stage, experiments involving application of an external force during electrodeposition were carried out and structural features of deposit were subsequently determined. Following experimental facts in support of the phenomenon in point were observed: (1) occurrence of anisotropic pattern of electrodeposits of metals being electrodeposited, smoothing out of deposits surface morphology and reduction in their surface roughness arising from exposure to a minor external force parallel to the crystallization front; (2) refinement of intracrystalline structure and of surface morphology of metals being electrodeposited under exposure to a minor external force normal to the crystallization front; (3) dislocation density rise in metals being electrodeposited under exposure of a minor external force normal to the crystallization front; (4) surface layers plastic deformation in metals being electrodeposited by solid particles travelling due to action of minor external force inclined to the crystallization front; and (5) occurrence of indents from solid particles representing the particles' shape and morphology at sites of the particles' separation from deposit surface in metals being electrodeposited under exposure to minor external force inclined to the crystallization front.
Keywords
Structure, Surface Morphology, Dislocation Density, Electrodeposited Metal, Liquid State, External Force
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Oleg B. Girin, Features of Structure of Electrodeposited Metals Resulting from Exposure to External Force Parallel, Normal or Inclined to the Crystallization Front, Advances in Materials. Special Issue: Advances in Electrodeposited Materials: Phase Formation, Structure and Properties. Vol. 4, No. 3-1, 2015, pp. 1-14. doi: 10.11648/j.am.s.2015040301.11
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