Chemistry ETDs

Publication Date

5-8-1950

Abstract

Four aims of a study of cyanide baths were:

1. To study the intermediate products formed during the operation of plating and stripping baths under various conditions.

2. To identify these intermediate products or complexes and to determine whether or not they caused the failure of the bath.

3. To consider the conditions that caused a bath to fail, and to be able thereby to increase the life of the bath.

4. To develop a fast, accurate method for controlling the baths, preferably by means of the cyanide content.

Language

English

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Chemistry

Level of Degree

Masters

Department Name

Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology

First Committee Member (Chair)

E. L. Martin

Second Committee Member

J.L. Rieboomer

Third Committee Member

Carsten Steffens

Fourth Committee Member

Carl W. Beck

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