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Modern Metal Cleaning

Nature volume 127, page 467 (21 March 1931) | Download Citation



THE increasing use of electroplating processes for the protection from corrosion, the reduction of wear, the building up of worn parts, or the actual manufacture of components, coupled with the fact that the production of an adherent metal coating depends on the complete removal of all foreign matter from the basis metal, makes an account of the means whereby this clean surface may be obtained by mass production methods one of considerable importance. A paper on the subject was presented £y Messrs. L. Wright and F. Taylor to the Electroplaters and Depositors' Society recently.

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