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Crystallite Orientation in Electrodeposition of Metals

  • N. A. Pangarov

Abstract

Many of the physicochemical properties of electrolytically deposited metals are determined by the crystal structure of the deposit; by the latter is usually meant the type of lattice for the metal, the crystallite size, the mutual disposition of the crystallite, and the orientation relative to the cathode substrate, as well as the type of lattice defect, the nature of any impurities, and so on.

Keywords

Electrolytic Deposition Crystallite Orientation Mutual Disposition Nucleation Energy Twin Crystal 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. A. Pangarov
    • 1
  1. 1.Bulgarian Academy of SciencesBulgaria

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