Chemistry: electrical and wave energy – Processes and products
204 445, C25D 356
A novel plating bath for plating nickel/indium alloys, which bath contains one or more buffer/chelating agents such as citric acid and citrate salts, and alloys plated from such baths which have utility in electrical applications.
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Samuels George J.
Fuchs Gerhard H,.
Kaplan G. L.
Stewart Richard C.
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