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Emissivity of electroless nickel




Black electroless nickel plating will solve many of our problems, however, we need good emissivity (equal to plain carbon steel or 0.4 emissivity). We can tolerate a plated rough surface to enhance the emissivity. If there are research papers or some institution that has done testing, etc. I can investigate if pointed in the general direction. The Nickel Development Institute has been some help.

Bryant Chandler
- Olympia, WA USA
2000



Why not black chrome, whose emissivity is well researched and documented, over EN or electroplated nickel, for that matter.

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Tom Pullizzi
Falls Township, Pennsylvania
2000




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