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6 p. Water Quality - Determination of Cyanide. Determination of Cyanogen Chloride

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Available from national standards offices.

60 years of DLC coatings: Historical highlights and technical review of cathodic arc processes to synthesize various DLC types, and their evolution for industrial applications.

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60 years of the Dresdener Silvering and Metal Finishing Co

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Visit to mark 60th anniversary with photos & text describing activities incl. silvering musical instruments, comments on processes, recent investments, electrolytic cell for cyanide destruction & precious metal recovery.

60th Vitreous Enamelling Course

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Sets out syllabus for this 1 week technical training course.

666 lead-free white copper-tin barrel plating process and troubleshooting.

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69th Porcelain Enamel Institute Technical Forum

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Proc. Conf Nashville, TN, May 07 on vitreous enamelling.

6th International Symposium on tin whiskers

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Report on title event held at Loughborough University, 27th and 28th November 2012 with summaries of each presentation.

6th AES/EPA Conference & Exhibit on Pollution Control for the Metal Finishing Industry, January 28-30

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Abstracts of papers, including - J.D. Denit, M. Dworkin and R.J. Kinch (Effluent Guidelines Div., EPA, Washington, DC): Status of effluent regulations and results of pretreatment projects; J.H. Skinner (EPA Office of Solid Wastes, Washington, DC): Status of RCRA; J. Farmer (EPA Office of Air Quality Planning & Standards): Status of air regulations and the metal finishing industry; W.A. Cawley (EPA, IERL, Cincinnati, OH): Overview of EPA research in metal finishing; M.C. Possidento (HRP Associates Inc., New Britain, CT): Treatment requirements for metal finishers in the era of Natural Resources Defence Council suits; H. Truesdale(Facilities Engng. Div., Bureau of Solid & Hazardous Waste Management, S. Carolina, Dept. of Health & Environmental Control, Columbia, SC): Development of baseline monitoring reports for industrial pretreatment programs; K. Kirk (Association of Metropolitan Sewage Agencies, Washington, DC): Status report on implementation and enforcement of pretreatment programs by POTW; V. Keramida (Dept. of Public Works, Indianapolis, IN): Development and implementation of an industrial pretreatment programme; W.T. Rhodes (Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Charleston, SC): AES waste-treatment operator training program; D.A. Salmond (Mabbett, Cappaccio & Assoc. Inc., Cambridge, MA):Electrolytic metal recovery in printed board fabrication: case studies; R.M. Spearot and J.V. Peck (OMI International Corp.,Warren, MI): Breaking with tradition in process selection; C.T. Philipp and T.J. Weber (Water Management Inc.): Cost-effective treatment of anodizing wastes; G.F. McCrae (Stanadyne, Sabford, NC): Making pollution prevention pay; R.C. Atwood (Anderson-Nichols & Co. Inc., Boston, MA): Total turnkey approach to industrial wastewater pretreatment; K. Munns (Eco-Tec Ltd., P{ickering, Ont., Canada): Chemical recovery for a job plater; K. S. Price (LWD Inc., Indianapolis, IN): Waste disposal alternatives; J.R. Duffey and R.F. Skach (ETI of North America, Overland Park, KS): Remedial case histories; E.B. Fitzpatrick and J.T. O'Rourke (Vamp, Dresser & McKee Inc., Boston, MA): Planning and implementation of a hazardous remedial action; J. Harless and H. Greenwood (Environmental Research Group, Ann Arbor, MI) Sampling and analytical protocols for metal finishing waste characterization; G J. Hobbs Jr. (Davi, Graham & Stubbs, Denver, CO): Superfund legal developments from a business viewpoint; A.N. Mabbett (Mabbett, Cappaccio & Associates Inc., Cambridge, MA):OSHA hazard communication and right-to-know; D. Dietz (University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL), C. Weathington (Hittman Ebasco Associates Inc., Columbia, MD), S.J. Hubbard (EPA, IERL, Cincinnati, OH) and R. Wilmoth (EPA, IERL, Cincinnati, OH): Cyanide destruction; W.J. McLay and F.A. Steward (Lancy International Inc., Zelienople, PA): Where do we go from here: an outlook.

6th Leipzig seminar - report

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Topics summarised incl. electrodeposition of tin & its alloys; decorative chromium plating on various substrates (aluminium, zinc diecastings, brass, steel). On-line analysis of metal ions (4-channel detector). Automobile corrosion protection without hexavalent chromium;.

6th Workshop on Plasma Coating technology

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Title event held at German TU Ilmenau with sessions on induction plasma technology & materials synthesis, plasma enhanced adhesion promoting layers on polypropylene substrates, post-treatment of thermal sprayed coatings, thermal spraying of silicon carbide additives; process control for thermal & plasma spraying; new concepts in wire for flame & arc spraying; new plant & materials for plasma powder coating; zinc-coated steel for automotive truck construction; increased efficiency of thermal spraying of ceramics using a new burner head; emission of mechanical oscillations & vibrations in thermal spraying (incl. health & safety aspects); PlasmaTherm process - water vapour plasma for transformation of chlorinated hydrocarbons; remote plasma barrier discharge; factors affecting discharge velocity of plasma burner incl. gas feed; carbon dioxidecryogenic cooling in thermal spraying; DC-Plasmajet CVD for silicon carbide coating synthesis; evaporation of zirconia in inductive coupled plasma (ICP); geometrical factors & their effect on plasma CVD diamond film dep'n; measurement of substrate temperature during diamond dep'n with plasma arc; large surface area PECVD functional coatings for micro-and macro-applications; metallographic preparation of thermal sprayed coatings for microscopic examination.