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The Role of Titanium in Anodizing and Electroplating

  • Klaus Rüdinger

Abstract

The suitability of materials for electroplating is determined by their corrosion-chemical behaviour in conjunction with their mechanical and some of their physical properties. In many cases the existing corrosion problems can be overcome by plastics. But the application of plastics is prohibited where metallic properties are required, such as high mechanical strength and good electric conductivity. One of the materials which therefore are used for electroplating is titanium, since apart from satisfactory mechanical and physical properties it shows a good corrosion chemical behaviour in many electroplating baths.

Keywords

Anodic Oxidation Material Loss Chromic Acid Heating Coil Titanium Anode 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1973

Authors and Affiliations

  • Klaus Rüdinger
    • 1
  1. 1.Technical Contimet GmbHKrefeldGermany

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