High-Temperature Electrochemical Synthesis of Nanopowders of Tungsten Carbide in Ionic Melts
Variation of a composition of electrolyte used in synthesis of tungsten carbide in a course of isothermal heating is investigated. The influence of the length of the electrolysis period on the composition of the electrolyte and the cathode deposit is studied. A method of obtaining highly dispersed tungsten monocarbide powder is developed.
KeywordsTungsten Carbides Nanopowders High-temperature electrochemical synthesis Ionic melts
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