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A new process of sequential brass coating

A new process of sequential brass coating

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Currently sequential brass coating is applied from individual copper and zinc electrolytes followed by thermal diffusion. The surface layer contains less than 50 percent copper and is composed of bri ...
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Number of pages:5
Year published:1996
Weight:0.2500
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By Yi-he Fang and Ling-Yin Sun
1996
 
Currently sequential brass coating is applied from individual copper and zinc electrolytes followed by thermal diffusion. The surface layer contains less than 50 percent copper and is composed of brittle g-brass. The process is applied from copper, zinc and copper electrolytes followed by thermal diffusion in liquid media. Its surface layer is composed of tough a-brass and has high adhesion with rubber.
  
 
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