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Electrodeposition Bismuth on Al





2000

I want to find some info about electrodeposition of Bismuth. Who can offer some pages which are about electrodeposition of Bismuth? thanks

red_a

Liu_xuelei red_a
tianjin university - tianjin china



2000

Compared to say Nickel, not much is written about Bismuth. The anions are: perchlorates, chlorides, and (alkaline based) tartrates. All of the major plating books have something on plating the uncommon metals. Try Modern Electroplating by Lowenheim.

Regards,

Fred Mueller, CEF
- Royersford, Pennsylvania



2000

Dear Sir,

I have recently read your letter regarding information on plating Bismuth. We have developed an aqueous solution which will deposit Bismuth onto a magnesium base metal. This is a selective, electrolytic process that has so far shown good results. For more information please contact us at your convenience.

Chris Helwig
- Valencia, CA USA


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