2009
DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.412.9
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Abstract: Deposition experiments in a Hull cell showed that high conductivity suspensions yield uniform deposits while low conductivity suspensions result in non-uniform deposits. This difference in deposition behavior is related to the resistance increase of the deposit during EPD. Impedance measurements during EPD showed that the ratio of the deposit resistance to the suspension resistance increases much more for high than for the low conductivity suspensions. They also showed that the total resistance of the EPD cell…

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