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"Lead dioxide data; how to electrodeposit or coat lead dioxide onto ceramic"
Current question:July 22, 2021
Q. Dear friends.
Is there anyone expert in electrodeposition of lead dioxide (PbO2) on titanium and ceramic substrate?
- Tehran, iran
A. Hi Cyrus.
Although PbO2 is conductive, I don't know whether PbO2 can be electrodeposited, although electrodeposition of lead followed by oxidation via some method certainly sounds very feasible.
I think you might get a more enthusiastic response by posting your own situation and asking a specific question than by asking people to step forward, credentials in hand :-)
Luck & Regards,
Ted Mooney, P.E. RET
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finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey
September 10, 2021
Book on electrodeposition of lead dioxide on titanium:
The Electrodeposition of Lead Dioxide on Titanium
D. Gilroy, R. Stevens
Electricity Council Research Centre, 1979.
Ex USSR book on electrodeposition of lead dioxide:
E.A.Dzafarof :Elektroosazhdeniye,svoistva i primenenie dvuokisi svinca(Electroplating,properties and use of lead dioxide),Baku 1967.
Russian book on electroplating of PbO2: �"жафаров Э.А. «Электроосаждение, свойства и применение двуокиси свинца». (Electoplating, properties and uses of lead dioxide, 1967, 103 pages) You can download it (free)at galvanicrus.ru webpage.
Hope it helps and good luck
- Cerovski vrh 157 Croatia
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