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Electrodeposition of metals

W. Lash Miller

Electrodeposition of metals

by W. Lash Miller

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Published by The University Library in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electroplating.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W. Lash Miller ...
    SeriesUniversity of Toronto studies. Papers from the chemical laboratories., no. 100
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD1 .T65 no. 100
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6570679M
    LC Control Number14018790
    OCLC/WorldCa27268508

    Mainly due to the relative low prize of Ru its electrodeposition has been investigated extensively. Nevertheless up to now electrodeposited Ru has found only limited industrial application [1, 2, 3].Author: G. J. Bernfeld, A. J. Bird, R. I. Edwards, Hartmut Köpf, Petra Köpf-Maier, Christoph J. Raub, W. A. This is a revised, slightly updated and enlarged edition of the book by Terry Jones (reviewed in this Journal by A. S. Pratt ()), with three new chapters added to the cover title remains slightly misleading, since the book covers both electrodeposition and electroless deposition of the rare precious metals.

    Equation () is the basis for the electrodeposition data compiled in Table , which gives the time in minutes required to deposit a nickel coating of specified thickness at different values of current density. The expression above and Table provide a means of estimating the average coating thickness. Current and Metal Distribution. 4 Electrodeposition of Metals 95 Electrodeposition in AlCl3-Based Ionic Liquids 95 Thomas Schubert. References Electrodeposition of Refractory Metals from Ionic Liquids Giridhar Pulletikurthi, Natalia Borisenko, and Frank Endres. References Deposition of Metals from Nonchloroaluminate Eutectic Mixtures

    ELECTRODEPOSITION OF COPPER JACK W. D INI AND DEXTER D. SNYDER 1 Copper is the most common metal plated, exclusive of continuous strip plating and nickel [1]. The major uses of electroplated copper are plating on plastics, printed wiring boards, zinc die castings, automotive bumpers, rotogravure rolls, electrorefining, and electroforming [2 File Size: 5MB. @article{osti_, title = {Electrodeposition of zinc--nickel alloys coatings}, author = {Dini, J W and Johnson, H R}, abstractNote = {One possible substitute for cadmium in some applications is a zinc--nickel alloy deposit. Previous work by others showed that electrodeposited zinc--nickel coatings containing about 85 percent zinc and 15 percent nickel provided noticeably better .


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Electrophoretic deposition (EPD), is a term for a broad range of industrial processes which includes electrocoating, cathodic electrodeposition, anodic electrodeposition, and electrophoretic coating, or electrophoretic painting.A characteristic feature of this process is that colloidal particles suspended in a liquid medium migrate under the influence of an electric field (electrophoresis).

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