The Electroplating Engineering Handbook
edited by Lawrence J. Durney
|0442227914||1st||1955||A. Kenneth Graham|
|0442220022||4th||1984||Lawrence J. Durney|
Cover and table of contents photos are from the 4th edition, 1984.
Review by Ted Mooney:
4th edition, 1984, hardcover, 790 pages.
For over 40 years, this has been among the more thumb worn volumes on most finishing bookshelves. It is divided into two multi-chapter parts, namely "General Processing Data" and "Engineering Fundamentals and Practice". This book is so important that a more incisive pair of titles for the two halves could have been "How to Plate Things" and "How to Build A Plating Plant".
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