Electrophoretic Coating

electrophoretic coating

[i‚lek·trō·fə′red·ik ′kōd·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A surface coating on a metal deposited by electric discharge of particles from a colloidal solution.

Electrophoretic Coating

 

a coating formed on a cathode as a result of electrophoresis and coagulation of colloidal particles. The electrophoretic method of applying coatings is widely used in industry, especially in the application of paint and varnish coatings.

REFERENCE

Deinega, Iu. F., Z. R. Ul’berg, and V. R. Estrela-L’opis. Elektroforeticheskoe osazhdenie metallopolimerov. Kiev, 1976.
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