electroplated


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electroplated

Said of a metal surface having a thin electrochemical deposit of a metal such as brass, zinc, copper, cadmium, tin, or nickel; the metal deposit usually is the result of its immersion in an electrolytic bath.
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Several attempts have been made to improve the physical properties of electroplated Ni on an industrial scale by varying the bath composition through the use of chlorides, nitrates, acetates, and Ni methanesulphonic acid [4].
In the case 7 [micro]m - 12 [micro]m, experimental data indicate the slight improvement of fatigue strength showed by cadmium electroplated AISI 4340 steel, 8 [micro]m - 13 [micro]m.
The use of electroplated nickel as the interlayer is of interest in this study considering nickel's thermal expansion coefficient which is close to that of hard metal, and that diamond can deposit and grow on nickel substrate [3, 5, 6].
Replacing the screen-printed silver with electroplated copper overcomes the disadvantages of silver screen printing, enabling higher efficiencies and reduced fabrication costs.
The first electroplated structures produce good results.
The process for producing electroplated layers with nano-capsules has been developed by researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA in Stuttgart, together with colleagues from Duisburg-Essen University.
Tin/lead or tin can be electroplated, and occasionally they can be deposited from an electroless chemistry to act as a metal etch resist.
Boettinger of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, Md., and his colleagues made thin bronze cantilevers, electroplated them with tin or tin alloys, and then monitored flexing of the strips in response to compressive or tensile stresses in the films' microstructures.
The coating is comprised of at least one electroplated layer and a color layer comprised of a refractory metal oxide or refractory metal alloy oxide wherein the oxygen content of the refractory metal oxide or refractory metal alloy oxide is a stoichiometric oxygen content layer on the color layer.
For the deposition of under bump metalization (UBM), sputtering and electroless processes are common, while the solder bumps themselves are either printed or electroplated.
The model is then electroplated to form the tool cavity.
Brass is first electroplated on a small diameter steel rod that is then reduced to filament size by multiple drawing operations.