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tr.v. e·lec·tro·de·pos·it·ed, e·lec·tro·de·pos·it·ing, e·lec·tro·de·pos·its
To deposit (a dissolved or suspended substance) on an electrode by electrolysis.
The substance so deposited.

e·lec′tro·dep′o·si′tion (-dĕp′ə-zĭsh′ən, -dē′pə-) n.
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Noun1.electrodeposition - the deposition of a substance on an electrode by the action of electricity (especially by electrolysis)
deposition, deposit - the natural process of laying down a deposit of something
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Prior to working at Hempel, he served as technology director for Valspar's global industrial business including powder, liquid, and electrodeposition coating segments.
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The electrodeposition technique is utilized as it attracted particular attention due to the ease of preparation, suitability for special-shaped electrodes, and low-cost requirement.
Among the several processing methodologies which have been used for the synthesis of Ni based nanocomposite coatings, the pulse electrodeposition has turned out to be a promising coating deposition technique.
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Also, various methods of coating deposition such as thermal spray [17-19], electrodeposition [19-21], and ion-beam processing [22-24] on the implant surface have been reviewed.
These techniques include chemical bath deposition (CBD) [15], vacuum evaporation, chemical vapour deposition [16], spray pyrolysis [17], sputtering [18], screen printing [19], sol-gel [20], close space sublimation (CSS) [21], and electrodeposition (ED) [22].
The focus of R&D activities will include coating formulations, resins, polymer synthesis, and coating applications for electrodeposition and spray-coats coatings.