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COMPOSITE ELECTROLESS OF NICKEL-PTFE ON ALUMINIUM


2002

I work on composite electroless nickel-PTFE on aluminium, my problem is PTFE, because PTFE particles are not deposited with nickel on aluminium substrate, what is the solution? I want to know if it is necessary to use wetting agent or any surfactant, which compound is suitable as a surfactant to wet the PTFE particles to make a suspension of PTFE particles with bath? Is it necessary to use PTFE dispersion aqueous solution? or I can use PTFE powder by surfactants. Note that PTFE particle size is 20 micron for powder and is 1 micron or less for dispersion aqueous solution.


Mehdi Monir
SADRA MARINE INDU. CO. - Teh, Iran


2004

Bonjour (salam), je travaille sur les composites de nickel-PTFE et je me posais justement la même question. Quelle serait le surfactant adapté? Est-ce que depuis 2002 vous avez trouvé votre réponse? Pourquoi travaillez vous sur ce sujet? Pourrions nous collaborer. au revoir.

Omidvar et Roux
- Lyon, France

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