Item description for Electroplating And Electrorefining of Metals by Alexander Watt...
An Unabridged Printing Of Arnold Philip's Final Edit Of Alexander Watt's Classic ELECTRO-DEPOSITION, Divided Into Two Parts: Electroplating And Electro-Metallurgy, The Latter Including A Description Of The Methods Of Coating Iron With Zinc Electrolytically. Chapters Include: Preliminary Considerations; Primary And Secondary Batteries - Thermopiles; Dynamos; Etc. - Historical Review Of Electro-Deposition - Electro-Deposition Of Copper - Deposition Of Gold By Simple Immersion - Various Gilding Operations - Mercury Gilding - Electro-Deposition Of Silver - Imitation Antique Silver - Electro-Deposition Of Nickel - Deposition And Electro-Deposition Of Tin - Electro-Disposition Of Iron And Zinc - Electro-Deposition Of Various Metals - Electro-Deposition Of Alloys - Recovery Of Gold And Silver From Waste Solutions - Mechanical Operations Connected With Electro-Deposition - Materials Used In Electro-Deposition - Appendix (In Two Parts) - The Electro-Metallurgy Of Copper - The Cost Of Electrolytic Copper Refining; Current Density As A Factor In Profits - Some Important Details In Electrolytic Copper Refineries - Electrolytic Gold And Silver Bullion Refining - The Electrolytic Treatment Of Tin - The Electrolytic Refining Of Lead - The Electrolytic Production Of Aluminum - Electro-Galvanizing - And The Electrolytic Refining Of Nickel - Useful Tables (14 In Total) - A Comprehensive Index - Name Index
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 5.7" Height: 2.1" Weight: 2.35 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2005
Publisher Wexford College Press
ISBN 1929148453 ISBN13 9781929148455
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Electroplating and Electrorefining of Metals Jun 3, 2008
While this book is copyright 2006 by Merchant Books, it is actually a reprint of material that dates to 1902, which, in turn, is an edited version of still earlier material that dates back to 1885. Historically interesting, but not very useful after over 100 years of technological evolution. The wording is especially difficult (eg. "Oil of Vitreol" instead of the familiar Sulfuric Acid). While this site's Editorial Reviews of this book does use the word "classic," some mention of the the actual age of the material would have been useful in deciding to purchase this book.