トリメチルアミンボランを還元剤とする無電解パラジウムめっき皮膜の結晶構造 [in Japanese] Crystal Structure of Electroless Palladium Plating Films Using Trimethylamine Borane as a Reducing Agent [in Japanese]
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This report describes the crystal structure of and heat-induced structural changes in electroless palladium plating films deposited from an ethylenediamine complex bath using trimethylamine borane as a reducing agent. The boron content of the films and their crystallinity were proportional to the concentration of trimethylamine borane in the bath. X-ray diffraction data showed a diffused pattern, in as-plated films (before heat-treatment), which changed into the sharp crystalline features of PdH<sub>0.706</sub> at 400°C, and the sharp crystalline features of the Pd phase after heat-treatment at 600°C. The diffraction angle of the Pd phase shifted to a slightly lower angle following an increase in boron content.
- Jitsumu Hyomen Gijutsu
Jitsumu Hyomen Gijutsu 47(4), 356-359, 1996-04
The Surface Finishing Society of Japan