Proposed regulations set the maximum contaminant level for chromium-6 in drinking water at 10 parts per billion, five times less than the current total chromium standard of 50 ppb, which includes both trivalent chromium (chromium-3) and chromium-6.
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In our first paper this month, featuring the latest work from AESF/NASF Research, the rotating cylinder Hull cell (RCH) was used to study the behavior of a Ni-Mo-W plating bath. Originally published in 1993, this second paper outlines the basic concepts and work behind the development of the RCH cell.
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This paper is a re-publication of the 8th William Blum Lecture, presented at the 54th AES Annual Convention in Dallas, Texas, on June 19, 1967. Dr. Henry B. Linford discussed the transition of electroplating from an art to a science as the mechanism of the plating process became better understood.