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the deposition of a substance on an electrode by the action of electricity (especially by electrolysis)

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In recent years, the electrodeposition of metals and alloys from ionic liquids has attracted significant attention.
Therefore, given the above experimental facts, combining laser remelting with jet electrodeposition, it is likely to be achieved that coating material structure may be strengthened after laser scanning and the deposit qualities, especially the corrosion behavior, are also likely to be improved [9, 10].
(ii) The electrodeposition of Cu[O.sub.x] directly at GC electrode surface did not show any activity for FAO (Figure 5(b)) to confirm the inertness of Cu[O.sub.x] as well as the GC substrate toward FAO.
Therefore, it is of extreme importance to conduct a well systematic and detailed experimental study on Ni-AlN nanocomposite coatings being deposited through pulse electrodeposition. Unlike, the conventional electrodeposition, the technique of pulse electrodeposition involves more operational parameters such as frequency, duty cycle, and forward current.
There are several advantages of using electrodeposition coating because the composite coated on alkali-treated Ti alloy substrate enhances the bonding rate of implants to human bones and bond strength.
Herein, we utilized the direct template-free electrodeposition method to synthesize CuSn from 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium dicyanamide ([Emim][DCA]).
The following section focuses on five processes as these techniques are widely used to produce bone-implant coatings: electrodeposition, physical vapor deposition/chemical vapor deposition, thermal spray, and aerosol deposition.
The major reasons for the use of two-electrode system include the following: (i) to prevent any possible contamination of the deposition electrolyte by ions such as [Ag.sup.+] and [K.sup.+] which may eventually leak into the deposition electrolyte from the porous wick of the commonly used Ag/AgCl and Hg/HgCl (saturated calomel electrode (SCE)) reference electrodes during the electrodeposition process at elevated temperatures and (ii) to reduce the cost due to reference electrode, as reported in recent publications by the main author's research group [26, 27].
They discuss such aspects as recent developments and potential automotive applications, polyamide six reinforced with carbon nanotubes for automotive parts, the development of a transparent nanocomposite for automobile polymer glazing, a 20-year review of polymer-clay nanocomposites at Toyota Central Research and Development Laboratories, the ultrasonic cavitation based casting of aluminum matrix nanocomposites for automobile structures, and the synthesis and characterization of nickel and nickel-titania nanocomposite coatings processed by pulse electrodeposition. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
These were then applied on steel substrates by a cathodic electrodeposition technique.
In this research the electrodeposition was carried out in two solutions evaluating the effect of electrochemical variables by voltammetric determination in the extraction of V and Ni from Castilla heavy crude oil on different electrode materials.
Fabrication of the electrode involves three steps: growth of CuO NWs from a pure copper cable by heat treatment; deposition of a conducting metal layer by sputter-coating; and electrodeposition of active material onto the nanostructures.
The electroless and electrodeposition of silver metal onto copper substrate is an important industrial process that is used primarily by the manufactures of printed circuit boards to prevent degradation of exposed copper surfaces (conduction tracks) during the time that elapses between the manufacture of the circuit board and the assembly procedure incorporating the board or component into a finished device.
The effect of solanum tuberosum (ST) extracted juice and Al dispersed particulate for Zn bath electrodeposition on mild steel from aqueous chloride solutions was investigated.
"Fabricating Superhydrophobic Surfaces via a Two-Step Electrodeposition Technique"