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Electrophoretic Deposition of Silica on Stainless Steel
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Author(s)
Ryan D. Corpuz, Lyn Marie Z. De Juan, Herman D. Mendoza, Meliton U. Ordillas
KEYWORDS
— particle size analysis, scanning electron microscopy, EPD
ABSTRACT
Fabrication of stainless steel-silica composite was successfully done using Direct Current Electrophoretic Deposition. Deposition of silica particles on stainless steel substrate was conducted in an aqueous suspension with 0.001M Sodium Nitrate as background electrolyte, 30V constant voltage and a deposition time of 5 and I0 minutes. Characterization of the samples showed randomly distributed silica particles for 5 minutes deposition time and aggregated silica particles for I0 minutes deposition time
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