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ELECTRODEPOSITION OF WHITE BRONZE FROM TRIPOLYPHOSPHATE-PYROPHOSPHATE ELECTROLYTE

By Irina Vyacheslavovna Odinokova

Abstract

There the foundations of electrodeposition process of white bronze from the small-toxic and available tripolyphosphate-polyphosphate electrolyte have been developed to change the cyanide electrolytes and to decrease the consumption of precious metals. The phase composition of coat to be deposited has been allied intimately with the potentials of its deposition and is the number of intermetallic compounds of copper and tin. The obtained results are recommended for use at enterprises of electronic and radio-engineering industries in development of processes to change the coats in the precious metals (gold and silver)Available from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 09B - Circuits, 07A - Chemical engineering, industrial chemistry, ELECTRONICS. RADIO ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY. CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
Year: 1996
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