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Ideal hexagonal order: Formation of self-organized anodic oxide nanotubes and nanopores on a Ti-35Ta alloy.

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Ideal industrial effluent treatment plant

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Description of effluent treatment plant for electroplating department as well as for lubricants and glass grinding, at supplier to motor industry in Germany. Processes include ion exchange recirculation, continuous chemical treatment and ultrafiltration.

Ideal Layout for a Hard Chromium Plating Shop

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Scheme with no refs, no data for layout of title shop incl. pretreatment & rinse tanks, buffing, waxing stress-relieving ovens, lab etc.

Ideal layout for chromium plating shop

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Re-issue of prev. published article advises on planning the layout, incl. minimising damage from acid mist.

Idealised Process Model for Electrodeposition or Electroforming of Flat Profiles

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Mathematical treatment of current & metal distribution for electrodep'n of electroforming. 6 refs.

Ideas for energy saving in paint spraying

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Suggests that the entire paint spraying & pretreatment process sequence is replete with opportunities for energy saving. A complete energy audit is shown for a plant in which steel furniture is painted and an energy balance is struck. Histogram shows energy inputs & outputs. Details are set out for energy balances in pretreatment area, in drying of water adhering after this, in paint spray booths, in the air exhaust zone and in the curing zones. Table lists 8 activity areas and means of energy savings in each, with comments. Instruments suitable for measuring parameters in each case, so that efficacy of measures can be judged, are listed. Means of saving energy in existing plants are set out and future developments foreshadowed. 1 ref

Identification & Removal of Trace Organic Contaminants on Silicon Wafers Stored in Plastic Boxers

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JES Study of airborne contaminants, e.g plasticizers or other additives in the plastic. Gas chromatography & mass spectrometry are used to identify products, the adsorption processes are detailed and efficacy of various wet cleaning processes are assessed. 20 refs

Identification of an anomalous phase in nickel-tungsten electrodeposits.

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SURF In the present work Ni-W layers electrodeposited from electrolytes based on NiSO4, Na2WO4, citrate, glycine and triethanolamine are characterized with glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy (GD-OES) and X-ray diffraction analysis (XRD). XRD showed the occurrence of an anomalous phase in the deposits, associated with the presence of an appreciable amount of carbon as identified with GD-OES. The anomalous phase is metastable at room temperature and vanishes upon annealing at 550 °C in air.

Identification of AOX Producing Chemical Additives in Electroplating Baths

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Describes with table listing species & concentrations produced, sources of AOX (organic adsorbable halocompounds) as found in electroplating, conversion coating etc, whether these be added species or breakdown compounds from them (e.g as from saccharin). The percent contribution from these to overall AOX in effluents is given. 5 refs

Identification of AOX producing chemicals used in electroplating plants

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Chemicals contributing AOX are reviewed with emphasis on halogenated hydrocarbons. Compounds used in tin and Nickel plating are discussed.

Identification of coating damage processes in corroded galvanized steel by acoustic emission wavelet analysis.

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Identification of Contaminants

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Use of high energy & electron methods such as SEM, XPS etc are used to identify surface contaminants & their effects on adhesion, corrosion, wear & behaviour in electronic devices & assemblies. 29 refs.

Identification of Corrosion Products formed on Copper in Sulphur Containing Environments

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Samples of high purity Cu were exposed in a chamber to moist air with traces of hydrogen sulphide and/or sulphur dioxide. Resulting tarnish films were electrochemically characterised by cathodic stripping (voltammetry). This revealed Cu(I) sulphide & oxide & Cu(II) oxides. Sulphide growth rates are plotted. 16 refs.

Identification of cracks generated by indentation experiments in hard- coating systems

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SURF Depth-sensing indentation measurements were applied to Zr-B-N and Zr-B monolayers and multilayer systems of same materials. Coatings were deposited on to Ck 35 C steels by reactive (Zr-B-N) and non-reactive (Zr-B) d.c. magnetron sputtering. Crack-formation processes during penetration of indenter were examined. Correlations between results of data analysis and SEM observations are outlined, and advantages of multilayer systems are demonstrated.

Identification of critical load for scratch adhesion strength of nitride-based thin films using wavelet analysis and a proposed analytical model.

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