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topic 9553

Chromium plating


(2001)

Q. What happens if there is zero trivalent Cr + 3 in hexavalent chromium bath?

Payal Mag
- Charlotte, North Carolina


(2001)

A. WOW, That's what every chrome plater wants. I don't find any problem if trivalent is zero in a chrome bath. Though claims have been made that a small amount of trivalent chrome is beneficial for the bath but they have never been substantiated. Yeah, if you know the formula of bringing trivalent to zero level all the time ... please share it with me ... hahaha

Hemant Kumar
Hemant Kumar
- Florida, USA



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