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C428S646000, C428S674000, C428S469000, C428S935000, C428S621000, C024S001000
The present invention relates to a Cu—Sn—O alloy plating having an oxygen content of 0.3 to 50 at %, a copper content of 20 to 80 at %, and a tin content of 10 to 70 at % in the plating. The present invention provides a copper tin alloy plating that has excellent plating adhesion and disengaging force stability and particularly a Cu—Sn—O alloy plating that has a blackish color tone without containing any controlled substances.
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LaPointe Dennis G.
Nihon New Chrome Co., Ltd.
YKK Snap Fasteners Japan Co., Ltd.
Zimmerman John J
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