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A Retrospective View of Nickel Plating
A review article originally printed as Plating & Surface Finishing, 71 (6), 64-70 (1984) on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the founding of the American Electroplaters Society.
Article: External Published: 1/2/2013
Functional Trivalent Chromium Electroplating of Internal Diameters
This paper discusses recent research work on the development of a functional trivalent chromium plating process from a trivalent-based electrolyte to replace hexavalent chromium plating. Hexavalent chromium plating has been used for many years to pr...
Article: External Published: 1/2/2013
Painting Proportioners Becoming Popular With Finishers
Offer high ratio accuracy, various flow rates
Article Published: 6/1/2012
The Leading Edge Guide to Top Quality Anodizing using the Complete Spectrum Approach with a Universal Type I – II – III – (123) Mixed Electrolyte
This paper discusses a new advanced problem solving anodize technology for processing Types I, II and III anodize (A123) in a universal mixed electrolyte.
Article: External Published: 6/1/2012
Corrosion-Current Data for Nickel-Chromium Couples
When nickel electroplate is coupled with chromium, a high current density and corrosion rate at the anode, usually nickel, are favored by a high electrolyte concentration, a high temperature and a low nickel-to-chromium area ratio.
Article: External Published: 4/1/2012
Electroplating of Zinc-Base Die Castings in a System Incorporating Dual Chromium
In the CASS testing of 1961 outside door handles plated in one of six exterior die-cast plating machines equipped for the dual chromium system at the Flint, Michigan plant of the Ternstedt Division of General Motors Corporation, 97% of the handles t...
Article: External Published: 4/1/2012
Growth of ZnO Nanorod Arrays on Flexible PDMS Substrates
In this work, well-aligned zinc oxide (ZnO) nanorods were successfully deposited on flexible polydimethyl-siloxane (PDMS) substrates by a simple hydrothermal growth method. The low temperature (<100°C) synthesized ZnO nanorods were investigated by s...
Article: External Published: 2/15/2012
Stripping Metallic Coatings
The stripping of electrodeposited and flame-sprayed coatings is a necessary part of surface finishing. Stripping may be required to allow for the re-plating of a part rejected due to defective finishing or as part of rework processes such as those c...
Article: External Published: 2/15/2012
Characterization of Electroless Deposition of Ni-P-Al2O3 and Ni-P-TiO2 from Alkaline Hypophosphite Baths in the Presence of Gluconate as a Complexing Agent
Electroless deposition of Ni-P-Al2O3 and Ni-P-TiO2, in the presence of gluconate as a complexing agent, on copper substrates was studied. The dependence of the composite formation on different plating variables was investigated. The deposited coatin...
Article: External Published: 2/15/2012
Investigation of Tin Whisker Formation
Immersion tin and lead-free hot air solder leveling (HASL) coatings based on SnCu or SnAgCu alloys are widely used as surface finish materials for printed circuit boards (PCB). These coatings prevent the underlying copper from corrosion and preserve...
Article: External Published: 8/18/2011

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