silver coating

silver coating

[′sil·vər ′kōd·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
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The problem is that this silver coating can break down drugs.
A former partner of Ernst and Young, Amjad Rihan, had claimed in reports published in international media that gold was being imported with silver coating and billions of dollars worth of gold was being bought by cash.
Furthermore, butterfly doors, spiral-shaped lines connected to the headlamp, softly glistening silver coating, dual twin muffler and uniquely designed head and rear lamps give the car a sleek futuristic look.
From a black parka with a glossy faux fur trim to skinny jeans with a shimmering silver coating, every piece has been given the luxe treatment.
We are pleased to report that all the processes for thermal shield manufacture were demonstrated, with the exception of last-stage silver coating," said Wooho Chung, Technical Responsible Officer.
To encourage shoppers to keep buying their products, manufacturers are keen to make them look different--with pieces of chocolate covered in a gold or silver coating, for example.
Duranar XL Bright Silver coating was used to cover the building's exterior aluminum surfaces, and standard Duranar coatings were specified inside the building.
Datable to 294-33 AD, the coins have a rare mix of copper, tin and lead alloys with a touch of silver and a silver coating.
By rubbing away the silver coating on the card, players can instantly win prizes ranging from pounds 1 to the pounds 1,000 jackpot.
Reduced adherence of these bacteria has been demonstrated in silver-alloy catheters at 2 and 18 hours, as indicated by radiolabeled cell assays with the use of a silver coating.