finishing.com -- The Home Page of the Finishing Industry
A website for Serious Education, promoting Aloha,
& the most FUN smiley you can have in metal finishing

HomeFAQsSuggested
Books
Help
Wanteds
Advertise
on this site
FORUM
(current
topics)
topic 2696

Electroplating of Alloys by Abner Brenner


(1999)

I have been searching for: Electroplating of Alloys, (Vol 1 and 2) by Abner Brenner, to purchase. If anyone can help me, I would be most appreciative. Thanks,

Ken Lemke
Ken Lemke
Burlington, Ontario, Canada


(1999)

I have been looking for these same two volumes for several years. I am currently paying a search service to try and track down a copy. If I have any luck, I will let you know. I hope you will do likewise. One of my former employers had this book and it is definitely the best on the subject. It would be great to see it brought back into print.

David Sugg
- Malvern, Pennsylvania


(2002)

RE: Abner Brenner's "Electrodeposition of Alloys" We are looking for a copy of these volumes too. Someone seems to have walked off with ours. This really is a great set. If someone set out to bring this set up to date he wouldn't have much to do.

David Crotty
MacDermid, Inc - New Hudson, Michigan
supporting advertiser


(2002)

I was not able to purchase them but got a long term loan of these books from the British Library Document Supply Centre, Boston Spa, Wetherby, West Yorkshire, LS23 7BQ, UK.

Regards,

Brendan Daly
- Limerick, Ireland


(2002)

Okay, there is the place to get your copy. Now that it is out that that library has the books, it won't be long until they are gone.

At least we should give them a heads-up to ask for some outrageous ransom before lending them out again.

tom pullizzi portrait
Tom Pullizzi
Falls Township, Pennsylvania


(2002)

Just a note to say that I have now found copies on the web. They are not inexpensive even used. Of course, the AESF has new copies.

David Crotty
MacDermid, Inc - New Hudson, Michigan
supporting advertiser


(2002)

We got a copy from the AESF too, David, and although any copy is infinitely better than no copy, a warning is in order in view of their very high cost. These are not real "printing press" books. The pages are in well bound covers on good quality paper, but they appear to be xerox copies--the pages are faint, and in places the printing is very light gray and very hard to read. And in our case, at least, while all the pages are there, a number of them are bound out of order, which makes the book quite difficult to work with, to say the least.

I am very glad that someone took the effort to have this priceless work reprinted in any fashion, but if you can find a used copy of the "real" book I am sure you will be much happier with it.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com Teds signature
Ted Mooney, P.E. RET
finishing.com
Pine Beach, New Jersey



This public forum has 60,000 threads. If you have a question in mind which seems off topic to this thread, you might prefer to Search the Site

ADD a Q or A to THIS thread START a NEW THREADView CURRENT TOPICS

Disclaimer: It's not possible to diagnose a finishing problem or the hazards of an operation via these pages. All information presented is for general reference and does not represent a professional opinion nor the policy of an author's employer. The internet is largely anonymous & unvetted; some names may be fictitious and some recommendations may be deliberately harmful.

  If you need a product/service, please check these Directories:

JobshopsCapital Equip. & Install'nChemicals & Consumables Consult'g, Train'g, SoftwareEnvironmental ComplianceTesting Svcs. & Devices


©1995-2017 finishing.com     -    Privacy Policy
How Google uses data when you visit this site.