silver plating

silver plating

[′sil·vər ‚plād·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Electrolytically depositing a coating of metallic silver on a base metal. Also known as silver coating.
References in classic literature ?
Athwart his back, diagonally, and extending high above his left shoulder, was an Arab gum of Saladin's time, that was splendid with silver plating from stock clear up to the end of its measureless stretch of barrel.
Contacts materials are brass, beryllium copper or phosphor bronze, with gold or silver plating.
Because the mica is a plated flat mineral, it disperses well in thin applications, and its limited surface area requires less silver plating.
A: The mark you describe was used by Wurttembergische MetallwarenFabrik, a well-known silver plating company in Wurtemberg, Germany.
Even more important from an environmental perspective, Nantenna resonant structures use a non-toxic silver plating process, while CFLs use mercury - which in larger amounts may be classified as "Household Hazardous Waste" and could become a problem in landfills when disposed.
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The silver plating, blue background and red blood line make this crank bait a legitimate option for catching serious fish.
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