Electrochemical Deposition of Ruthenium and Cobalt-Ruthenium Alloys From Acidic Chloride Ions Containing Baths

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The article presents results of tests on potentiostatic electrodeposition of ruthenium and Co-Ru alloys.

The tests applying the method of cyclic voltammetry with the use of gold disk electrode (RDE) allowed to define a potentials range in which it is possible to obtain ruthenium and its alloys with cobalt from acid chloride electrolytes.

The influence of electrodeposition parameters and the electrolyte composition on the composition, morphology and structure of the obtained deposits was determined. Co-Ru alloys underwent XRD tests, an analysis with the XRF method and observations using scanning electron microscopy (SEM).

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