The Fundamental Aspects Of Electroless Nickel Plating

  title={The Fundamental Aspects Of Electroless Nickel Plating},
  author={Glenn and Mallory}
The chemical deposition of a metal from an aqueous solution of a salt of said metal has an electrochemical mechanism, both oxidation and reduction (redox), reactions involving the transfer of electrons between reacting chemical species. The oxidation of a substance is characterized by the loss of electrons, while reduction is distinguished by a gain of electrons. Further, oxidation describes an anodic process, whereas reduction indicates a cathodic action. The simplest form of chemical plating… CONTINUE READING
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