Stock material or miscellaneous articles – Composite – Of metal
Mayes, Melvin C (Department: 1732)
Stock material or miscellaneous articles
Trivalent chromium conversion coatings are provided on a metal substrate wherein the trivalent chromium conversion coating has a halogen content of 1 atom % maximum.
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European Search Report for EP 07255028.8, dated Jul. 7, 2008.
Beals James T.
Jaworowski Mark R.
Bachman & LaPointe P.C.
Mayes Melvin C
United Technologies Coporation
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