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topic 0029

Where does Boric acid go when nickel plating


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(1995)

So, what happens to all the Boron from the boric acid as it is depleted in plating baths such as sulfamate nickel and bright nickel? Greg.    

Greg Watkins



Nickel Plating
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(1995)

Well, most boric acid in Nickel plating gets lost through dragout and ends up in the wastewater as … you guessed it … still boric acid. Trace amounts of Boron, though, where found in various Ni electrodeposits, so some of it gets into the metal.

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"PlaterB" Berl Stein
NiCoForm, Inc.
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