Kinetics of melallization and throwing power of electrolytes at fabrication or nanocomposites on the basis of AIIIBV
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DICUSAR, Alexandr; GLOBA, Pavel; REDCOZUBOVA, Olga; СИДЕЛЬНИКОВА, Светлана; SÎRBU, Lilian; TIGHINEANU, Ion. Kinetics of melallization and throwing power of electrolytes at fabrication or nanocomposites on the basis of AIIIBV. In: Электронная обработка материалов. 2005, nr. 5, pp. 4-9. ISSN 0013-5739.
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Электронная обработка материалов
Numărul 5 / 2005 / ISSN 0013-5739 /ISSNe 2345-1718

Kinetics of melallization and throwing power of electrolytes at fabrication or nanocomposites on the basis of AIIIBV


Pag. 4-9

Dicusar Alexandr1, Globa Pavel2, Redcozubova Olga2, Сидельникова Светлана2, Sîrbu Lilian3, Tighineanu Ion4
 
1 Приднестровский Государственный Университет имени Т.Г.Шевченко,
2 Институт прикладной физики АНМ,
3 Universitatea din Ottawa,
4 Технический Университет Молдовы
 
Disponibil în IBN: 11 aprilie 2018


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The investigation of kinetics of deposition in nanopores at fabrication of n-InP - oxide of metal nanocomposites has been carried out. The correlation of kinetics of chemical plating with uniformity of metallization of nanostructured surface obtained by electrochemical dissolution of n-InP has been established. The results of investigation demonstrate that enhancement of uniformity of obtained layers (increase of nano-throwing power of electrolyte for chemical metallization) at fabrication of AIIIBV oxide of metal (copper, silver) is defined by rate of chemical process (which is determined by composition and concentration of solution, and its temperature). It is shown that nano-throwing power increases at decreasing deposition rate. Analysis of obtained results shows that uniformity of pores filling is one of the main factors, which determine not high extent of pores tilling by deposited material.

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Composition effects, Fabrication, Indium compounds, Metallizing, oxides, Phosphorus compounds, Pore size, Reaction kinetics, Thermal effects,

deposition, Electrolytes, Metals