Electroless tinning of copper powders
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A study was made of the tinning of copper powders from solutions. Under optimum conditions (duration 10–15 min, temperature 40°C) the process enables a tinned copper powder to be obtained of any desired tin content.
KeywordsCopper Optimum Condition Copper Powder Tinned Copper Electroless Tinning
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