electroless

electroless

(ɪˈlɛktrəʊləs)
adj
involving a plating process that is achieved by chemical, as opposed to electrical, means
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Abstract: In this work, the authors propose a multifunctional additive manufacturing solution that integrates dual-material fused deposition modeling 3-D printing and selective electroless plating.
Aterian Investment Partners, a private equity firm, has announced that one of its affiliates has acquired Pioneer Metal Finishing LLC, a provider of outsourced anodising, plating, hard-coat, adhesive, electroless nickel, and other value-added surface treating services in North America.
The W600 series provides reliable, flexible and powerful control for your electroless plating or etching process.
The chemical composition of the electroless copper plating solution was the same as that in the literature [18], and the compositions are shown in Table 1.
[17] applied an electroless nickel plating method to metalize the carbon fiber surface.
Electroless process of metal and alloy films makes nanometer-scale structures on silicon (Si) wafers due to its simplicity and ability to fill in fine patterns.
The catalyst is immersed in a electroless plating solution(*3) with whatever metal that has been selected for the specific application to form fine electronic circuitry patterns made of various metals with a wire width of 5 um (a micrometer is one-millionth of a meter).
Electroless nickel plating has been commonly used in the firearms trade for more than 30 years.
The seven selections that make up the main body of the text are devoted to leaching gold from spent mobile phone PCBs using greener reagents, electroless displacement deposition of gold from aqueous sources, adsorption of gold on granular activated carbons and new sources of renewable and eco-friendly activated carbons, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Finally, the company's plating department can apply finishes including tin, silver, zinc, sulfamate nickel, electroless nickel, palladium nickel, and gold.