Date of Award
Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering
Doctor F.A. Hames
Doctor S.T. Shih
Mr. R.I. Smith
Preparation of solutions and apparatus and experimental procedure was described. The effect of antimony and cobalt in a zinc sulfate electrolyte upon current efficiency with increasing time was determined by the hydrogen evolution method. The degree of preferred orientation of grains in the electrodeposits was determined by the reflection method of X-ray diffraction.
Worcester, Samuel A., "The Effect of Antimony and Cobalt on the Current Efficiency and the Grain Orientation of Deposits during the Electrolysis of a Zinc Sulfate Solution" (1957). Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970. 488.