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|Title:||Effect of ZrB2 Functionalized Nanoparticles Growth on Microstructural and Corrosion Resistance on Mild Steel through Electrodeposition Route|
|Authors:||Fayomi, Ojo Sunday Issac|
Nkiko, Mojisola O.
Dauda, Khadijah Tolulope
Oluwasegun, Kunle Michael
|Publisher:||Key Engineering Materials|
|Citation:||Fayomi, O. S. I., Nkiko, M. O., Dauda, K. T., & Oluwasegun, K. M. (2021). Effect of ZrB2 Functionalized Nanoparticles Growth on Microstructural and Corrosion Resistance on Mild Steel through Electrodeposition Route. Key Engineering Materials, 900, 74–81. https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.900.74|
|Abstract:||In other to have a better performance of Ni-P-Zn multifunctional applications, crystallite-like Ni-P-Zn-ZrB2 composite was actively fabricated by electrodeposition principle. The corrosion, structural evolution and surface active phenomena were investigated by various techniques. The influence of ZrB2 particulate on the morphology and corrosion properties was examined. The outcomes show an inclusive flower-like doped ZrB2 phase constituent and is uniformly distributed Ni-P-Zn-ZrB2 improved strengthening effect. The corrosion progression of the developed metal alloy was compared with other coating matrix from 10-25 minutes interval. The integration of ZrB2 on Ni-P-Zn phase especially for 25 min deposits significantly enhances corrosion resistance due to good grain refinement. Keywords: Ni-based composite, electrodeposition, time difference, coating, corrosion|
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