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Nickel Deposition by Simple Boiling





About 25 years ago I was using a formula for nikel deposition by simple boiling. I think it was based on nikel sulphate. Unfortunately this formula has been lost. Can anybody help me with this problem

J. K. Ibbott
2000



2000

Dear Mr JK Ibbot, Sounds like Electroless Nickel plating which uses sodium Hypophosphite as a reducer. Contact any supplier of proprietary EN Chemicals or read Wolfgang Reidel's Electroless Nickel Plating [affil link on Amazon].

Khozem Vahaanwala
Khozem Vahaanwala
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