Electrodeposition of titanium diboride coatings
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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Titanium diboride

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby David Schlain, F. X. McCawley, and G. R. Smith ; College Park Metallurgy Research Center
SeriesReport of investigations - Bureau of Mines ; 8146, Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 8146
ContributionsMcCawley, F. X. jt. auth, Smith, Gerald R., jt. auth, United States. Bureau of Mines
The Physical Object
Pagination[3], 22 p. :
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14914669M

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This Bureau of Mines report describes a method for electrodepositing titanium diboride from a molten salt bath. Initially, the electrolyte is a mixture of libo2, nabo2, na2tio3, li2tio3, and tio2. The cell is operated at deg c in a dry, inert atmosphere with consumable anodes of titanium or . Electrodeposition of erosion-resistant titanium diboride coatings. [Washington]: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David R Flinn; F X McCawley; United States. Bureau of Mines. This is the first comprehensive book covering the topic of materials science and its relationship to electrodeposition. It demonstrates how the principles of materials science can be used to explain various structures of electrodeposits and how these structures influence by: Electrodeposition of titanium diboride from oxide based melts The second half of the book addresses the electrodeposition of alloy and composite coatings from aqueous or non- aqueous solutions.

Nickel-titanium diboride (Ni-TiB2) composite coatings were successfully fabricated by pulse electrodeposition techniques from nickel sulfamate bath containing dispersed submicron TiB2 particles.   Electrodeposition of TiB2 has been performed in cryolite-based electrolytes at °C and in KF-KCl melts at °C. As electroactive species either boron oxide and titanium oxide or potassium tetrafluoroborate and potassium hexafluorotitanate were used. Preparation of coatings from cryolite-based electrolytes containing K2TiF6 and KBF4 was not by:   An alternative electrodeposition method was introduced for TiB 2 growth.. Ti and B were co-deposited from the environmentally friendly electrolyte to form TiB A compact, 40 μm thick TiB 2 layer was grown after min at °C and 70 mA/cm The grown TiB 2 has the hardness value as high as ± HV.. The diffusion zone (DZ) formation was seen with the hardness of ± Cited by: 1. Titanium diboride (TiB 2) is an extremely hard ceramic which has excellent heat conductivity, oxidation stability and resistance to mechanical erosion. TiB 2 is also a reasonable electrical conductor, so it can be used as a cathode material in aluminium smelting and can be shaped by electrical discharge machining. 1 Physical al formula: TiB₂.

PLATINGS OF TITANIUM, ZIRCONIUM AND HAFNIUM BORIDES ARE PRODUCED ON SUBSTRATE MATERIALS BY ELECTRODEPOSITION FROM A FUSED, BORATE-TYPE BATH. USA - Electrodeposition of metallic boride coatings - Google Patents Electrodeposition of metallic boride coatings Download PDF Info Publication number USA. USA Cited by: Electrodeposition of zirconium diboride from oxides dissolved in molten cryolite, Electrodeposition and Surface Treatment 3, – CrossRef Google Scholar by: 6. Hard material titanium diboride coatings are applied to the tool using the magnetron sputtering process. For this type of application, we can supply pure ceramic TiB 2 sputtering targets and bonded targets on molybdenum or copper backplates. These backplates make our bonded targets stable, breakage-resistant and easy to use.   Titanium nitride (TiN) is deposited by either chemical or physical vapor deposition. Cladding is more of a mechanical bonding process, and involves much, much thicker coatings. TiN and similar coatings are used extensively on cutting tools and wear components because the coatings are very hard (> Hv) and very wear resistant.