Author

Lee

Date of Award

8-1967

Degree Name

Master of Arts

Department

Chemistry

First Advisor

Dr. Paul E. Holkeboer

Second Advisor

Dr. Robert H. Anderson

Third Advisor

Dr. Herbert D. Warren

Access Setting

Masters Thesis-Open Access

Abstract

Statement of Problem

The study of conditions required for the electrodeposition of a nickel-tin alloy from baths other than the fluoride bath and the acetate bath was undertaken. The research included the correlation of thermodynamic and kinetic properties of electrode processes fro the electrodeposition of the alloy desired.

The research also included the determination of the formula and formation constant of the nickel tartrate complex. The tartrate ion was a possible constituent in a bath for the electrodeposition of the alloy.

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