galvanoplasty


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galvanoplasty

(ˈɡælvənəʊˌplæstɪ)
n
(Metallurgy) metallurgy the process of galvanizing a material
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Whether it be colonial entanglements in Southeast Asia, and the first stirrings of japonisme; or the celebration of industrial techniques, such as galvanoplasty and aluminium plating; or the rediscovery of native craft techniques, such as Claudius Popelin's painted 'Limoges' enamels: the political dead-end of the Second Empire should not conceal its generative power across many artistic domains.
Copper (Cu) is a heavy metal that can be found in nature in its elemental form and is widely used in galvanoplasty and in the formulation of insecticides and fungicides (Wuana & Okieimen, 2011).
In the 1860s, when Norges Bank wanted to produce notes with better paper quality and more modem production techniques (based on galvanoplasty and mechanised engraving), Saunders, a paper and banknote manufacturer in London, offered to print the notes.