CORROSION PROTECTION AND CHACRACTERISTICS OF Ni-CeO2-CuO ELECTROPLATING LAYER ON STEEL SUBSTRATE
Keywords:Ni-composite electroplating, Ni-CeO2, Ni-CuO, Ni-CeO2-CuO catalytic material, CO and C3H6 conversion.
The particles of CeO2 and CuO are capable of catalyzing the oxidation reaction of carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons at low temperature, especially at nanometer size. They can be deposited on the metal material surface by using electroplating method. This paper reports some results on corrosion resistance, wear resistance, adhesion strength and catalytic behavior of Ni-CeO2-CuO composite by electroplating on steel substrate from nickel sulfate solution using CeO2 and CuO particles with 40÷60 nm size.
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