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Nonaqueous Plating of Si, W, Ti ?





April 6, 2010

For a research project I would like to plate silicon, tungsten or titanium coatings. Is there a nonaqueous plating process for any of these metals? I would be interested in companies providing these coating services or a description of the process (e.g. a journal paper).

Tobias Schaedler
Materials Scientist - Los Angeles, California



April 8, 2010

Plasma PVD processes are best suited for these coatings. A casual search on the web will result in lot of information.

H.R. Prabhakara - Consultant
Bangalore Plasmatek - Bangalore Karnataka India



April 15, 2010

You can download(free) russian book on plating from solvent based electrolytes(if you know Russian )-K.Tihonov,N.I.Agafonova:Elektroosazhdenie metallov iz organicheskih rastvoritelei,Leningrad 1979.(http://www.galvanicworld.com/liter/books/)
Hope it helps and good luck!

Goran Budija
- Cerovski vrh Croatia


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