alexa Influence of Dithiocarbamate On Metal Complex and Thin
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Research Article

Influence of Dithiocarbamate On Metal Complex and Thin Film Depositions

P. BalaRamesh 1, P. Venkatesh 2, A. Abdul Jabbar 3
  1. Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, RMK Engineering College, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India
  2. Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Pachaiyappa’s College, Chennai, Tamil nadu, India
  3. Professor, Department of Chemistry, The New College, Chennai, Tamil nadu, India
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Abstract

This article focuses on the effects and applications of ethylenediamine dithiocarbamate (EDADTC) on coordination and electro chemistry. EDADTC shows stable palladium (II) metal complex in organosulphur chemistry. Since they have soft sulphur donor atoms can make a strong metal binding property, act as the ligand and stable above pH 12. Due to their water soluble tendency, flow of electron from alkyl group to nitrogen, inductive effect and conjugation effect proved the stabilizing property in electroless plating process. EDADTC has improved the physical property and produce the quality deposits in electroless copper plating process. The palladium (II) metal complex was characterized by Rapid Elemental Analysis. The structure of the stable complex was confirmed with Electronic and I.R Spectral Analysis. The surface morphologies of copper deposits were characterized by AFM studies. The crystallite sizes of the copper deposits were measured by XRD studies and the quality of the copper deposits was investigated by cyclic voltammetry studies

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