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J. Chim. Phys.
Volume 95, Number 6, June 1998
Page(s) 1491 - 1493
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/jcp:1998312
DOI: 10.1051/jcp:1998312


J. Chim. Phys. Vol. 95, N°6  p. 1491-1493

Electrodeposition of metals and magnetic alloys onto conducting polymeric substrates

D. Leroy1, L. Martinot1, C. Licour1, C. Jérôme2, H. Zhan1 and D. Strivay3

1  Laboratory of Analytical and Radiochemistry, University of Liège, B16 Sart Tilman, 4000 Liège, Belgium
2  Centre for Education and Research on Macromolecules (CERM), University of Liège, B6 Sart Tilman, 4000 Liège, Belgium
3  Institute of Experimental Nuclear Physical Science (IPNE)

Abstract
A new composite material prepared by mixing polycarbonate with carbon black has been tested as new kind of cathode. This material has been compared with a conducting polymer precipitated onto polycarbonate, both in aqueous and organic solutions. We report some examples of electrodeposition of magnetic alloys (Lanthanides/Transition metals) in Formamide. In this medium, the use of thin polypyrrole films cathodes had remained impossible. The preparation of amorphous and magnetic alloys onto PC/carbon black is evidenced by RBS.

Résumé
En préparant un composite conducteur polycarbonate/noir de carbone, nous avons obtenu un nouveau matériau susceptible d'être utilisé comme cathode pour la préparation électrolytique de recouvrements métalliques. Ces cathodes sont comparées à des cathodes de Ppy déposé sur polycarbonate. Nous décrivons ici la réalisation d'alliages magnétiques en couches minces. Ces alliages Lanthanides/Métaux de transition sont préparés en milieu organique (Formamide : FA) où les cathodes constituées de films minces de polypyrrole conducteur ne sont plus utilisables. Le caractère métallique et amorphe de ces alliages est démontré par analyse RBS.


Key words: conducting polymer -- electrodeposotion -- magnetic alloy
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