A Complete Treatise on the Electro-deposition of Metals (Google eBook)

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H.C. Baird & Company, 1898 - Electrometallurgy - 498 pages
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Contents

Improved Bunsen cell
39
The Leclancbe element Lallande and Chaperon element
48
Keiser Schmidts bichromate battery
54
Giilchers thermoelectric pile
60
Faradays discovery in 1831
62
Disadvantage of the Gramme machine
68
Krcettlinger dynamo
74
The new H V W dynamo
81
Importance of a good supply of water Best materials for floors Size
87
Parts constituting the actual electroplating plant Arrangement with
89
Horizontal and vertical galvanometers
95
The Weston ammeter Rules to be observed in conducting the current
102
Dipping or pickling Sawdust Arrangements with dynamoelectric
109
Ground plan of an electroplating establishment
116
CHAPTER V
122
Treatment of scratchbrushes Circular scratchbrushes
124
Mode of polishing articles in the tumbling drum
130
Grinding brass and copper castings Treatment of sheets of brass Ger
136
Belt strapping attachment or endless belt machine
142
Treatment of the finished electro plated objects Sawdust for drying
148
Absorbing plant for escaping acid vapors
154
Processes of ElectroDeposition
159
Working the bath with the electric current in place of boiling Dissolu
165
The active constituent in many prepared nickeling salts Use of
171
Proportion of cast to rolled anodes
177
Nickel baths without nickel salts Nickel anodes
180
Suspension of the objects in the bath Suitable currentstrength
186
Nickeling en masse of small and cheap objects
193
Polishing nickel deposits Treatment of nickeled articles which are
199
Nickeling the sheets Advantage of previous coppering or brassing
205
Nickeling of tinplate of copper and brass sheets and of sheet iron
209
Baths for hard nickeling
215
Properties of cobalt
221
Baths for coppering zinc articles
228
Prevention of the formation of stains Schultzs patent to prevent
234
Irregular working of fresh brass baths Effect of an addition of arsenious
240
Preparation of the articles for gilding Currentstrength for gilding
296
Processes for giving gilded articles a beautiful rich appearance Mode
302
Incrustations with gold Gilding of metallic wire and gauze J
303
Gilding of porcelain glass etc Gilding by friction or gilding with
311
Recovery of gold from gold baths etc The wet process
317
Execution of platinizing Platinizing of large objects Production
323
Experiments with Salzedes bronze bath Pfanhausers experiments
328
Zinc baths their composition preparation and properties Difficulty
334
Mr Gassorts plan to obtain metallochromes
340
Lustrous nonexplosive deposit of antimony
346
Electrodeposits produced by the Mannesmann Pipe Works Germany
352
Copper bath for the cell apparatus Table of the approximate content
358
Depositions with dynamomachines Copper baths for galvanoplastic
361
Preparation of moulds matrices in plastic material Moulding in gutta
367
Preliminary coating of the blackleaded surface with copper Gilt
373
Definition of idioelectrics and nonelectrics Grays discovery 1727
374
Detaching the deposit from the mould Backing the deposit or shell
380
Composition for etching ground Preparation of printing plates in relief
386
Heliography
387
Making the moulds conductive Metallization by the wet way
393
Coating grasses leaves flowers etc with copper and then silvering
399
Brown color upon copper Method used in the Paris Mint Bronzelike
405
Coloring of brasses and bronzes Lustrous black on brass Steelgray
408
Redbrown color on zinc Yellowbrown shades on zinc Coloring
414
Varnishes at the disposal of gold varnishers Resinous substances
420
Nitric acid aqua fortis spirit of nitre Hydrochloric acid muriatic
425
Arsenic trisulphide or arsenious sulphide orpinient Ferric sulphide
431
Potassium cyanide white prussiate of potash 485
435
Iron sulphate iron protosulpliate ferrous sulphate or green vitriol
441
Potassium sodium tartrate Rochelle or Seignette salt and its recogni
447
Glass balloons and flasks Evaporating dishes or capsules Glass jars
448
APPENDIX
454
Table of chemical and electrochemical equivalents Explanation of
462
Solders Hard solder Silver solder
468
Weight of iron copper and brass wire and plates
474
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