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The electric conductivities of molten mixtures of aluminum chloride-butylpyridinium chloridecobalt chloride (AlCl3-BPC-CoCl2) were measured using a computerized direct-current method. The conductivities of all the melts increased with increasing temperature. The electrodeposition of Co/Al films from the AlCl3-BPC melt containing a small amount of CoCl2 has been studied by cyclic voltammetry. Compact and smooth Co/Al thin films could be obtained at a deposition potential of −0.4 V. The surfacedoi:10.1515/znb-2004-0505 fatcat:frt3wzv27jdllofc25frli2mji