The chemical analysis of electroplating solutions: a theoretical approach
A unique text/reference which gives the procedures for all analysis needed to control any phase of electroplating. All theories behind these analyses are explained in detail. Better analytical technique and therefore better product, will result from the thorough understanding of the chemistry involved. PARTIAL CONTENTS: Analytical Techniques; VI-B Group-Chromium Solutions; VII-B Group; VIII Group-Iron; Rhodium; Nickel; Palladium; Platinum Solutions; I-B Group-Copper; Silver; Gold Solutions; II-B Group-Zinc; Cadmium Solutions III-A Group-Indium Solutions; IV-A Group-Tin Lead Solutions; V-A Group-Arsenic; Antimony Solutions; Alloy Plating Baths; Analytical Instrumentation. These titles may also pair well with these books: M.H. Gabb, A Handbook of Laboratory Solutions: ISBN 0-8206-0365-1; Andrew Poss, Library Handbook for Organic Chemists: ISBN 0-8206-0361-9. Visit us at www.chemical-publishing.com
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250 ml Erlenmeyer acetate Add about 100 added meq AgNOs X N AgNOs ammonium Analysis for Metallic Analytical Procedure approximately Arsenic barium bath beaker Bsth cadmium carbonate chemical chloride chromium clean 250 ml color copper crucible dichromate dilute dissolving distilled water EDTA endpoint Erlenmeyer flask ferric filter fluoborate grams of reagent HC1 X N HC1 hydrochloric acid indicator solution indium insoluble iodine iron Mathematical Solution method mg/meq ml AgNOs X N ml beaker ml Erlenmeyer flask ml HC1 X N ml I2 X N ml NaOH X N ml of distilled ml sample NaOH NaOH X N NaOH nickel oxidation oz/gal Pipet plating solution potassium iodide precipitate present ml reagent grade Required Solutions rhodium salt silver nitrate sodium cyanide sodium hydroxide sodium sulfide soluble Solutions Introduction standard sulfate sulfuric acid swirling Th+4 thiocyanate thiosulfate titration Understanding the Process volumetric flask weight Zinc Cyanide