Physical Incorporation of Saccharin Molecules into Electrodeposited Soft High Magnetic Moment CoFe Alloys

Stanko R. Brankovic, Ryan Haislmaier, Natasa Vasiljevic
2007 Electrochemical and solid-state letters  
Incorporation of saccharin molecules has been studied during the galvanostatic deposition of 2.45 T CoFe alloys. The results indicate that the incorporation rate is strongly dependent on the concentration of saccharin in the plating solution. This dependence showed a pronounced maximum at C sac = 0.12 g L −1 , which is a result with significant practical implications. A simple physical model was developed to describe this dependence, having an excellent qualitative agreement with experimental
more » ... with experimental data. The corrosion properties and surface roughness of CoFe deposits were found to be a strong function of saccharin concentration in the plating solution, i.e., the incorporation rate of saccharin molecules.
doi:10.1149/1.2722038 fatcat:m7lfdh3isfahpboc6wlzq7gidq