Electro-deposition of metals: a practical, comprehensive work comprising electro-plating, galvanoplastic operations and electrotyping; deposition of metals by the contact and immersion processes; coloring of metals; lacquering; methods of grinding and polishing ...
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GENERAL HISTORICAL PART
First deposition in 1842 of metallic alloys by de Ruolz First use
Series of tension Production of electricity by the contact of metals
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