Galvanoplastic Manipulations: A Practical Guide for the Gold and Silver Electroplater and the Galvanoplastic Operator ... Based Largely on the "Manipulations Hydroplastiques" of Alfred Roseleur

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H. C. Baird, 1883 - Electrometallurgy - 656 pages
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Contents

Rinsing Vessels
43
The treatment of ScratchBrushes
47
Shallow wooden tub for the solution various liquids employed
50
CHAPTER V
56
Cleansing Zinc
62
Wincklers Procedure for Electrobrassing Zinc Tin Copper Iron
67
CHAPTER VIII
68
How this form of Daniell Battery operates
77
Table of the Electromotive Force of Batteries
83
CHAPTER IX
93
Performance of the Brush Plating Machines
108
73
109
Deposition of Copper Deposition of Copper by Simple Immersion
114
75
119
78
125
Treatment of the articles in the second Copper Bath preparation of
128
81
132
Newtons Electrobrassing and Bronzing Solutions
139
Experiments by Dr R Boettger
140
CONTENTS
160
Ormolu
174
Cleansing or Preparing Bath various Processes for ImmersionGilding
182
Waxing Process
184
Hot and Cold Gilding
190
General Remarks upon the Preparation of the Bath
197
Various FormulŠ for Hot Gilding
204
Various Methods of obtaining the different shades of Pink
215
Preparation of the Bath Tinning Zine by Simple Immersion Tinning
221
The Process as employed at Besanšon
229
Frequent use of Brass deposits in the art and purposes to which they
236
CHAPTER XXV
237
CHAPTER XXIII
243
CHAPTER XXVI
244
CHAPTER XXVII
251
Removing Gold from Gilded ArticlesStripping
259
CHAPTER XXIX
265
CHAPTER XXXI
269
109
270
Formula for Baths
277
ELECTROSILVERING
287
Cleansing GermanSilver Nickel and Steel Articles Practice of
293
For Cleansing Steel Cutlery NickelSilver GermanSilver
295
The MŘller Machine the Siemens Machine comparative merits
298
Mechanical Movements
301
PlantÚs Method of Bright Silvering
307
Roseleurs Method for Copper Brass and GermanSilver First Opera
315
A Plating Balance which deposits without supervision and with con
323
Use of the Balance
329
Mixture for Stripping Plating with Nickel by Immersion
398
Careful Manipulations necessary the Solutions of Becquerel
408
Recovery of Nickel
414
Comments on the Foregoing Methods Precautions Necessary Modi
420
CHAPTER L
426
Circular Depositing
437
Galvanoplastic Deposits upon Metals with Adherence
447
CHAPTER LVII
453
Metallization of Ceramic Wares M Chablins Process in Ornamenting
459
Moulding of the Pattern
464
Moulding with Gelatine Receipts for rendering Gelatine Impervious
470
CHAPTER LIX
476
Blackleading
482
Balances used for this Purpose 320
487
CHAPTER LX
496
CHAPTER LXI
503
CHAPTER LXIV
509
Objects sought to be obtained by the Tinning of Iron the Art of Tin
513
The simplest Method for treating Dross to prevent the Adhesion
530
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS AND APPARATUS USED IN THE
535
Arsenious Acid
541
Aqua Regia Hydrofluoric Acid
548
Tannic Acid Alloys
554
Ammonia
560
Nitrate of Mercury Nitrate of Potassium
566
Chloride of Silver
571
Chloride of Zine Cyanide of Silver
577
Benzole
583
Sulphate of protoxide of Iron
589
CHAPTER LXX
595
Burnishing Tools Evaporating Dishes or Capsules
601
Siphons
607
Poisoning by Hydrocyanic Prussic Acid Cyanogen or Cyanides
612
Various Processes of Tinning by Simple Immersion
616
Colored Coatings for Metals
618
British Patents
625
ElectroTinning
626
INDEX
633
The Future of the Galvanoplastic
635
The Electric Connection Gripper Metallizing the Moulds
637
Important Influence of the Employment of Dynamoelectric Machines
640
505
641
The Depositing Solution
647
Stereotyping
653
Coating Clean Articles of Copper Brass and Bronze in contact with
654
Operations of deposition by Simple Immersion and by Electrodeposi
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