MSCE  Vol.3 No.11 , November 2015
Physicochemical Properties of Thin Rhenium Chalcogenides Coatings
ABSTRACT
Some physicochemical properties of thin layers of rhenium chalcogenides alloys such as micro-hardness and inner tension have been investigated. An influence of electrolyte composition and content of rhenium in the alloy on inner tension and microhardness of rhenium chalcogenides alloy was studied. It is established that the electrolytic alloys of rhenium chalcogenides obtained from different electrolytes possess inner tension of stretching. The most favourable condition for reaching the uniform coating of rhenium chalcogenides from sulphate and chloride-sulphate electrolyte using dispersive capacity (DC) of electrolyte has been found out. The best DC in chloride-sulphate and sulphate electrolyte takes place at current density of 0.8 A/dm2 at 75℃.

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Salakhova, E. , Tagiyev, D. , Kalantarova, P. and Ibrahimova, K. (2015) Physicochemical Properties of Thin Rhenium Chalcogenides Coatings. Journal of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, 3, 82-87. doi: 10.4236/msce.2015.311010.
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