• studies of nanocrystalline pd alloy films coated by

    Studies of nanocrystalline Pd alloy films coated by

    SEM surface morphology in Fig. 6b looks like the film of Pd–Ag in Fig. 3b and film of Ni in Fig. 5b. The Pd–Au and Pd/Au/Ni alloy films obtained by electroless deposition can be suited for diverse applications as functional coatings of high-density printed circuit boards. 2.2.4. Pd–Pb alloy

  • (pdf) nanocrystalline pd alloy films coated by electroless

    (PDF) Nanocrystalline Pd Alloy Films Coated by Electroless

    Nanocrystalline Pd Alloy Films Coated by Electroless Deposition Strukov et al. W e also succeeded in obtaining transparent nickel films. with thickness less than 10 nm. Thus the novel elec-

  • studies of nanocrystalline pd alloy films coated by

    Studies of nanocrystalline Pd alloy films coated by

    The coatings of Pd–Au, Pd–Ag, and Pd–Ni have a solid solution structure, whereas Pd–Pb is intermetallic compound. It has been found that the deposited films consist of nanocrystalline grains with sizes in the range of 11–35 nm.

  • nanocrystalline pd alloy films coated by electroless deposition

    Nanocrystalline Pd Alloy Films Coated by Electroless Deposition

    RESEARCH ARTICLE Strukov et al. Nanocrystalline Pd Alloy Films Coated by Electroless Deposition 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Intensity (arb.units) 2Θ, (deg) Ag Cu 311 222 311 311 Ag 311 Cu 200 Cu

  • studies of nanocrystalline pd alloy films coated by

    Studies of nanocrystalline Pd alloy films coated by

    Studies of nanocrystalline Pd alloy films coated by electroless deposition Article in Materials Chemistry and Physics 119(3):377-383 · February 2010 with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • characterization of nanocrystalline pdcusi alloy film

    Characterization of nanocrystalline PdCuSi alloy film

    Nanocrystalline PdCuSi alloy films were prepared by evaporation of amorphous alloy Pd 77.5 Cu 6 Si 16.5 ribbons from a tungsten helical basket on to freshly cleaved single crystal of NaCl, used as a substrate for the films, held at room temperature in a vacuum of 5×10 −6 Torr. The evaporation was carried out using a JEE-4X vacuum evaporator.

  • annealing enhanced hydrogen absorption in nanocrystalline pd

    Annealing enhanced hydrogen absorption in nanocrystalline Pd

    The enhanced hydrogen absorption and sensitivity of nanocrystalline Pd (60 at. %) ∕ Au (40 at. %) thin films were realized through the development of a thermal annealing process and a determination of its underlying enhancement mechanism. 20-nm-thick films were deposited by magnetron sputtering and then annealed at temperatures ranging from 100 to 400 °C.

  • porous nanocrystalline silicon supported bimetallic pd-au

    Porous Nanocrystalline Silicon Supported Bimetallic Pd-Au

    Bimetallic Pd-Au catalysts were prepared on the porous nanocrystalline silicon (PSi) for the first time. The catalysts were tested in the reaction of direct hydrogen peroxide synthesis and characterized by standard structural and chemical techniques. It was shown that the Pd-Au/PSi catalyst prepared from conventional H2[PdCl4] and H[AuCl4] precursors contains monometallic Pd and a range of

  • structure and magnetic properties of nanostructured pd–fe

    Structure and magnetic properties of nanostructured Pd–Fe

    magnetic recording applications. The alloy with x ≈ 0.7 shows a shape memory effect induced by an external magnetic field, and is a good choice for sensors. In order to obtain homogeneous magnetic properties at the sub-micron structural level, the nanocrystalline Pd-Fe films are intensively

  • first order reversal curve analysis of nanocrystalline pd(80

    First order reversal curve analysis of nanocrystalline Pd(80

    Films of isotropic nanocrystalline Pd(80)Co(20) alloys were obtained by electrodeposition onto brass substrate in plating baths maintained at different pH values. Increasing the pH of the plating bath led to an increase in mean grain size without inducing significant changes in the composition of the alloy.

  • nanocrystalline soft ferromagnetic ni co p thin film on al

    Nanocrystalline soft ferromagnetic Ni Co P thin film on Al

    Soft ferromagnetic ternary Ni-Co-P films were deposited onto Al 6061 alloy from low temperature Ni-Co-P electroless plating bath. The effect of deposition parameters, such as time and pH, on the plating rate of the deposit were examined. The results showed that the plating rate is a function of pH bath and the highest coating thickness can be obtained at pH value from 8 to10. The surface

  • polyhedral palladium–silver alloy nanocrystals as highly

    Polyhedral Palladium–Silver Alloy Nanocrystals as Highly

    Compared to as-prepared Pd–Ag alloy polyhedrons (the ratio of Pd/Ag was approximately 1:1), the morphologies of Pd 3 Ag 1 and Pd 1 Ag 3 alloy nanoparticles have not obvious change, but their