Online citations, reference lists, and bibliographies.
← Back to Search

The Effects Of Mg2+, Mn2+, Zn2+, And Al3+ On The Nickel Deposit During Electrowinning From Sulfate Bath

S. Gogia, S. Das
Published 1988 · Chemistry

Save to my Library
Download PDF
Analyze on Scholarcy Visualize in Litmaps
Share
Reduce the time it takes to create your bibliography by a factor of 10 by using the world’s favourite reference manager
Time to take this seriously.
Get Citationsy
The presence of impurities like Mg2+, Mn2+, Zn2+, and Al3+ during electrowinning of nickel shows several effects. The effects include current efficiency, deposit quality, purity, crystallographic orientation, surface morphology, and polarization behavior. Addition of the impurities did not change the current efficiency significantly but did change the quality and purity of the electrodeposited nickel. Based on the quality of the deposits obtained, the tolerance limits of these impurities in nickel bath were obtained. Although no deviation of nickel structure from fee was observed, the peak height values for different orientations changed with all of the impurities and the values varied with impurity concentration. The surface morphologies of electrodeposited nickel in the presence of impurities also showed changes. The potentiodynamic scan curves for nickel deposition showed deviations in the presence of all the impurities studied. Based on the results, an attempt was made to correlate the various effects.
This paper references
10.1039/TF9353101168
The determination of the structure of electro-deposits by metallurgical methods
D. Macnaughtan (1935)
10.1039/TF9353101248
Differences in the structure of electrodeposited metallic coatings shown by X-ray diffraction
W. Wood (1935)
10.1039/TF9353101188
The effects of film formation on the structure of electro-deposited metallic coatings
E. Liebreich (1935)
10.1039/TF9363200939
The roentgenographic study of zinc and cadmium films deposited in the presence of colloids
L. Palatnik (1936)
10.1098/rspa.1943.0011
The structure of electro-deposited chromium
W. Hume-rothery (1943)
10.1039/DF9470100169
Overvoltage in metal deposition and dissolution. I.—Nickel
F. W. Salt (1947)
10.1039/DF9470100182
Polarisation in the electrodeposition of metals
G. E. Gardam (1947)
10.1063/1.1746655
The Influence of Internal Stress on the Structure of Electro‐Deposits
M. R. J. Wyllie (1948)
10.1149/1.2778002
Electrolytic Hexagonal Nickel
L. Yang (1950)
10.1149/1.2778136
Bright Nickel Plating on Metallic Single Crystals in the Absence of Addition Agent
Henry Leidheisee (1951)
10.1149/1.2778112
The Relationship Between Orientation, Grain Size, and Brightness in Nickel Electrodeposits
G. Clark (1951)
10.1039/TF9585401086
The structure of nickel electrodeposits in relation to some physical properties
D. Evans (1958)
10.1149/1.2427367
The Effect of Magnesium Salts on Nickel Plating Baths
A. Geneidy (1959)
10.1149/1.2425910
The Electrochemistry of Nickel II . Anodic Polarization of Nickel
M. Kronenberg (1959)
10.1149/1.2427442
Effects of Chloride on the Orientation of Nickel Deposits
B. C. Banerjee (1959)
10.1149/1.2427341
The Electrochemistry of Nickel I . Codeposition of Nickel and Hydrogen from Simple Aqueous Solutions
J. Yeager (1959)
10.1149/1.2427639
The Relationship between Brightness and Structure in Electroplated Nickel
R. Weil (1960)
10.1016/0013-4686(62)80023-1
The crystal orientation of electrodeposited metals
N. Pangarov (1962)
10.1016/S0022-0728(63)80152-7
Preferred orientations in nickel electro-deposits: I. The mechanism of development of textures in nickel electro-deposits
A. Reddy (1963)
10.1149/1.2426112
Growth Habits of Electrodeposited Nickel and Cobalt
D. R. Cliffe (1964)
10.1080/00202967.1968.11870069
The Effect of Metallic Contamination on the Structure and Ductility of Electrodeposited Nickel
J. Dennis (1968)
10.1007/BF00615950
Zinc deposit structures obtained from high purity synthetic and industrial acid sulphate electrolytes with and without antimony and glue additions
D. Mackinnon (1977)
10.1016/0376-4583(77)90047-4
Origine des textures dans les depots electrolytiques de nickel
J. Amblard (1977)
10.1007/BF00616093
Inhibition and nickel electrocrystallization
J. Amblard (1979)
10.1007/BF02662568
Fluid bed electrolysis of nickel
W. G. Sherwood (1979)
10.1007/BF00620588
The effect of cadmium on zinc deposit structures obtained from high purity industrial acid sulphate electrolyte
D. Mackinnon (1979)
10.1007/BF00615170
The effect of additives on the morphology of zinc electrodeposited from a zinc chloride electrolyte at high current densities
B. K. Thomas (1981)
10.1149/1.2123789
Defect Structure in Nickel Electrodeposits
S. Nakahara (1982)
10.1007/BF01112061
Evaluation of organic additives as levelling agents for zinc electrowinning from chloride electrolytes
D. Mackinnon (1982)
10.1149/1.2115885
Structure Studies of Nickel Electrodeposits II . Positron Lifetime Measurements
A. Vértes (1984)



This paper is referenced by
10.1016/j.hydromet.2020.105332
Effect of aluminium on polarisation parameters and deposit characteristics in typical nickel sulfate electrolyte for electrowinning applications
L. Schoeman (2020)
10.1007/s10800-019-01335-w
Roles of organic and inorganic additives on the surface quality, morphology, and polarization behavior during nickel electrodeposition from various baths: a review
U. S. Mohanty (2019)
Electrowinning of Nickel from Dilute Sulfate Solution
M. Bakhshi (2019)
10.1080/03719553.2017.1330839
Hydrochloric acid regeneration in hydrometallurgical processes: a review
C. McKinley (2018)
10.1016/J.HYDROMET.2017.11.012
Morphology, roughness and microhardness of nickel electrodeposits produced in sulfate media on 316 L SS or Ti cathodes
N. C. Pissolati (2018)
10.1016/J.HYDROMET.2017.06.015
Electrorefining of high purity manganese
Xiangzhi Cao (2017)
10.1016/J.HYDROMET.2016.12.009
The effect of organic impurities and additive on nickel electrowinning and product quality
N.H.J. Freire (2017)
10.1021/ACS.IECR.5B02460
Controlling the Structure and Photoelectrochemical Performance of BiVO4 Photoanodes Prepared from Electrodeposited Bismuth Precursors: Effect of Zinc Ions as Directing Agent
Wanhong He (2015)
10.1002/9781118804407.CH13
Electrocrystallisation of Nickel: Effect of Certain Metal Ions
B. C. Tripathy (2013)
10.1016/J.HYDROMET.2013.07.003
Behaviour of arsenic(III) and antimony(III) during electrowinning of nickel from aqueous sulphate solutions
Rashmirekha Samal (2013)
10.1007/S10800-007-9431-0
Role of Mo6+ during nickel electrodeposition from sulfate solutions
U. Mohanty (2008)
10.1002/9781118804407.CH10
The Effects of Solution Impurities on the Properties of Nickel Cathodes
D. Kittelty (2003)
10.1149/1.1506933
The Effects of Chloride Ions on the Electrowinning of Nickel from Sulfate Electrolytes
A. Alfantazi (2002)
10.1016/S0892-6875(02)00076-6
Effect of Cr3+ on the electrodeposition of nickel from acidic sulfate solutions
U. S. Mohanty (2002)
10.1023/A:1017585726321
Effect of Mg2+, Li+, Na+ and K+ on the Electrocrystallization of Nickel from Aqueous Sulfate solutions containing Boric Acid
B. C. Tripathy (2001)
10.1016/S0892-6875(99)00165-X
Electrolyte parameter effects in the electrowinning of nickel from sulfate electrolytes
M. Holm (2000)
10.1007/S11663-000-0007-1
The anomalous behavior of Al3+ in nickel electrowinning from sulfate electrolytes
T. O’Keefe (2000)
10.14288/1.0078500
Fundamental aspects of nickel electrowinning from chloride electrolytes
J. Ji (1994)
10.1007/BF00578087
Effects of metallic and D2EHPA impurities on nickel electrowinning from aqueous sulphate baths
E. Küzeci (1994)
10.1080/08827509208914075
Electrowinning of Nickel from Aqueous Sulphate Bath in the Presence of Metallic and LIX64N Impurities
E. Küzeci (1992)
Semantic Scholar Logo Some data provided by SemanticScholar