Enhanced Strength and Flexibility of Ni-Co Nanocomposites through Electrodeposition with SiC Nanoparticles and SDS Additive
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Keywords:Ni-Co/SiC electrodeposit, Corrosion, Nano-structured, SiC nanoparticles
This study focuses on the electrodeposition of Ni-Co nanocomposites using a modified Watts bath. The bath is supplemented with silicon carbide (SiC) nanoparticles and an organic additive, Sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS). The objective is to investigate the influence of these additions on the structure, mechanical properties, and flexibility of the resulting coatings. Hardness and weight loss tests are conducted, and the coatings are examined through microscopy. In conclusion, this study successfully demonstrates the electrodeposition of Ni-Co nanocomposites with improved strength and flexibility. The incorporation of SiC nanoparticles and the use of SDS as a surfactant show promising results. These findings have practical implications for enhancing electroplating techniques in various industries.
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