Effects of electrodeposition conditions on the structure and surface characteristics of amorphous Fe-Mo alloys
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The effects of molybdenum content in the bath, current density and temperature on the structure and surface characteristics of amorphous Fe-Mo alloys electrodeposited from the bath containing FeSO4, Na2MoO4, H(3)Cit and NaCl (pH = 3 similar to 5) were investigated by using XRD, SEM and XPS, The results show that amorphous Fe-Mo alloys can be obtained as long as the molar fraction of Mo in Mo/Mo + Fe in the bath is larger than 50%,the applied current: density larger than 25 mA/cm(2) and the temperature of electrolyte lower than 40 degrees C. The SEM observation of the microstructure of the electrodeposited Fe-Mo alloys shows that the deposits contain numerous granules and cracks. According to the results of XPS, both Fe and Mo exist in metallic state in the bulk alloys but in oxidized states on the surface of the alloys. The results indicate that Fe and Mo on the surface of the alloys are easy to react with H2O or O-2 in air resulting in the formation of oxide films, The corrosion resistance of the amorphous alloys in 3% NaCl solution surpasses that of pure iron.