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Nickel phosphorus alloy coatings were prepared by electrodeposition route from sulfate electrolyte bath at various current densities. SEM studies reveal spherical grains covered the entire surface with uniform distribution. EDX results showed a linear increase of P content in the developed deposits with current density and therefore, enhancing the grains size and drop of the hardness values. XRD studies reveal monocrystalline orthorhombic alloys at a low amount of phosphorus (10.88 wt. %). Corrosion tests show that 1 A.dm-2 is the best applied current density giving the nobler Ecorr (-171.4 mV) and the lower icorr (4.64 µA/cm2).
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Type of Study: Research Paper | Subject: Ceramics

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