We introduce an aggregation model for general electrochemical deposition experiments. Its most relevant feature is that it includes the overall effect of strong applied electric fields and therefore applies to non-equilibrium situations. We compare our model to experiments on CoP dendritic growth with very good agreement: The model accurately reproduces the dependence on the current of the alloy's composition, morphology, and growth time.
- Pub Date:
- October 1993
- Condensed Matter;
- High Energy Physics - Lattice;
- Nonlinear Sciences - Pattern Formation and Solitons
- 7 pages. 3 figures available on request from A S (email@example.com). REVTeX 3.0. LA-UR-93-3946 or MA/UC3M/8/93