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Moessbauer and X-ray Diffraction Investigations of Sn-containing Binary and Ternary Electrodeposited Alloys from a Gluconate Bath

Abstract

Constant current technique was applied to electrodeposit tin-containing coatings such as tin-cobalt (Sn-Co), tin-iron (Sn-Fe) and a novel tin-cobalt-iron (Sn-Co-Fe) from a gluconate bath. The effect of plating parameters (current density, deposition time at an electrolyte temperature of 60 deg. C and pH=7.0) on phase composition, crystal structure and magnetic anisotropy of alloy deposits has been investigated mainly by 57Fe CEMS, 119Sn CEMS and transmission Moessbauer Spectroscopy as well as XRD. 57Fe and 119Sn CEM spectra and XRD reflect that the dominant phases of the deposits are orthorhombic Co3Sn2, tetragonal FeSn2 or amorphous Fe-Sn and amorphous Sn-Co-Fe in Sn-Co, Sn-Fe and Sn-Co-Fe coatings, respectively. Furthermore, the relative area of the 2nd and 5th lines of the sextets representing the magnetic iron containing phases decreases continuously with increasing current density in all Fe-containing deposits. At the same time, no essential change in the magnetic anisotropy can be found with the plating time. 119Sn spectra reveal the presence of small amount of {beta}-Sn besides the main phases in Sn-Fe and in the Sn-Co coatings. Magnetically split 119Sn spectra reflecting transferred hyperfine field were observed in the case of Co-Sn-Fe coatings.
Authors:
Kuzmann, E; Stichleutner, S; Homonnay, Z; Vertes, A; [1]  Research Group for Nuclear Methods in Structural Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Eoetvoes University, Budapest (Hungary)]; Doyle, O; Chisholm, C U; El-Sharif, M [2] 
  1. Department of Nulear Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Eoetvoes University, Budapest (Hungary)
  2. Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, Scotland (United Kingdom)
Publication Date:
Apr 26, 2005
Product Type:
Journal Article
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: AIP Conference Proceedings; Journal Volume: 765; Journal Issue: 1; Conference: International symposium on the industrial applications of the Moessbauer effect, Madrid (Spain), 4-8 Oct 2004; Other Information: DOI: 10.1063/1.1923641; (c) 2005 American Institute of Physics; Country of input: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Subject:
36 MATERIALS SCIENCE; ANISOTROPY; BINARY ALLOY SYSTEMS; COATINGS; COBALT ALLOYS; CRYSTAL STRUCTURE; CURRENT DENSITY; ELECTRODEPOSITION; ELECTROLYTES; IRON 57; IRON ALLOYS; MOESSBAUER EFFECT; PH VALUE; TEMPERATURE RANGE 0273-0400 K; TERNARY ALLOY SYSTEMS; THIN FILMS; TIN 119; TIN ALLOYS; X-RAY DIFFRACTION
OSTI ID:
20722173
Country of Origin:
United States
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0094-243X; APCPCS; TRN: US06A3917034673
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
page(s) 99-107
Announcement Date:
May 13, 2006

Citation Formats

Kuzmann, E, Stichleutner, S, Homonnay, Z, Vertes, A, Research Group for Nuclear Methods in Structural Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Eoetvoes University, Budapest (Hungary)], Doyle, O, Chisholm, C U, and El-Sharif, M. Moessbauer and X-ray Diffraction Investigations of Sn-containing Binary and Ternary Electrodeposited Alloys from a Gluconate Bath. United States: N. p., 2005. Web. doi:10.1063/1.1923641.
Kuzmann, E, Stichleutner, S, Homonnay, Z, Vertes, A, Research Group for Nuclear Methods in Structural Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Eoetvoes University, Budapest (Hungary)], Doyle, O, Chisholm, C U, & El-Sharif, M. Moessbauer and X-ray Diffraction Investigations of Sn-containing Binary and Ternary Electrodeposited Alloys from a Gluconate Bath. United States. doi:10.1063/1.1923641.
Kuzmann, E, Stichleutner, S, Homonnay, Z, Vertes, A, Research Group for Nuclear Methods in Structural Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Eoetvoes University, Budapest (Hungary)], Doyle, O, Chisholm, C U, and El-Sharif, M. 2005. "Moessbauer and X-ray Diffraction Investigations of Sn-containing Binary and Ternary Electrodeposited Alloys from a Gluconate Bath." United States. doi:10.1063/1.1923641. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/10.1063/1.1923641.
@misc{etde_20722173,
title = {Moessbauer and X-ray Diffraction Investigations of Sn-containing Binary and Ternary Electrodeposited Alloys from a Gluconate Bath}
author = {Kuzmann, E, Stichleutner, S, Homonnay, Z, Vertes, A, Research Group for Nuclear Methods in Structural Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Eoetvoes University, Budapest (Hungary)], Doyle, O, Chisholm, C U, and El-Sharif, M}
abstractNote = {Constant current technique was applied to electrodeposit tin-containing coatings such as tin-cobalt (Sn-Co), tin-iron (Sn-Fe) and a novel tin-cobalt-iron (Sn-Co-Fe) from a gluconate bath. The effect of plating parameters (current density, deposition time at an electrolyte temperature of 60 deg. C and pH=7.0) on phase composition, crystal structure and magnetic anisotropy of alloy deposits has been investigated mainly by 57Fe CEMS, 119Sn CEMS and transmission Moessbauer Spectroscopy as well as XRD. 57Fe and 119Sn CEM spectra and XRD reflect that the dominant phases of the deposits are orthorhombic Co3Sn2, tetragonal FeSn2 or amorphous Fe-Sn and amorphous Sn-Co-Fe in Sn-Co, Sn-Fe and Sn-Co-Fe coatings, respectively. Furthermore, the relative area of the 2nd and 5th lines of the sextets representing the magnetic iron containing phases decreases continuously with increasing current density in all Fe-containing deposits. At the same time, no essential change in the magnetic anisotropy can be found with the plating time. 119Sn spectra reveal the presence of small amount of {beta}-Sn besides the main phases in Sn-Fe and in the Sn-Co coatings. Magnetically split 119Sn spectra reflecting transferred hyperfine field were observed in the case of Co-Sn-Fe coatings.}
doi = {10.1063/1.1923641}
journal = {AIP Conference Proceedings}
issue = {1}
volume = {765}
place = {United States}
year = {2005}
month = {Apr}
}