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"Stripping nickel from nichrome"



 1999

I wish to remove a thin (<4nm) nickel layer which has been evaporated onto nichrome with minimal loss of the underlying nichrome. Any suggestions for this etch would be very much appreciated.

Richard Jackson U.K.
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1999

There is enough chrome in nichrome to withstand a 50% nitric acid dip to remove the nickel which is relatively thin. Obviously, it needs attention during the strip till you get a feel for it. Dissolved iron or copper will accellerate the strip and tend to cause pitting when the level reaches some magic number.

James Watts
- Navarre, Florida
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2001

1. Can Nichrome wire breakdown when heating is applied

2. Is there any gasses created by nichrome when heating.

I would appreciate any information or help with my nichrome wire troubles

Thank You,

Raymond Smith
- Everett, Washington
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