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CTE (Coefficient of Thermal Expansion) of NiCo (Nickel Cobalt)
Does anyone know the approximate CTE of plated NiCo?
La Shaun Berrien
- Mountain View, California, USA
Nickel=13.4 Cobalt=13.0 depends on the alloy ratio and the concentration of additive in the electrolyte when plated. A fully bright deposit is probably slightly less than 13 and a matte deposit would be higher.
- Danbury, Connecticut, USA
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