copper or copper alloys comprising an oxidizing agent, which can oxidize the copper or copper alloy and is selected from cupric ion source compounds; an organic acid or an inorganic acid; a halide ion source compound; a polymer compound, which contains polyamine or polyimine chains or a cationic group or both in the amount of 0.000001 to 1.0% by weight; and water. PROCESS SURFACES
U.S. Patent 5,965,210. Oct. 12, 1999 M. Tada et al., assignors to Kawasaki Steel Corp., Hyogo, and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Tokyo
U.S. Patent 5,965,205. Oct. 12, 1999 M. Yoshida, assignor to Henkel Corp., Gulph Mills, Pa.
A process for treating a tinned metal surface in order to form a corrosion-protective, paint-adherent coating comprising bringing
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A hot-dip coating method in which a steel strip is coated as it is fed upwardly through a slit in a bottom of a coating tank, the improvement comprising making a
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U.S. Patent 5,965,211. Oct. 12, 1999 K. Kondo et al., assignors to Nippondenso Co., Ltd., Kariya, Japan
A process for formation of a copper plating film, which comprises immersing a material to be plated in an electroless copper plating solution of copper ions; a reducing agent; a pH-adjusting agent; a trialkanolmonoamine or a salt thereof in an amount sufficient to act as a complexing agent and ac-
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of sheet metal and/or plastic by applying a coating by means of electrostatically assisted highspeed rotation or pneumatic application wherein the coating comprises an aqueous dispersion of a transparent powder coating, consisting of a solid powder component A and an aqueous component B, wherein component A is a transparent powder coating comprising at least one epoxy group-continuing binder having a content of glycidyl-containing monomers of from 30 to 45%, and at least one crosslinking agent, and component B is an aqueous dispersion comprising at least one nonionic thickener; and further wherein the aqueous dispersion has a pH between 5.5 and 6.5. COPPERAND CONNECTOR
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U.S. Patent 5,965,213. Oct. 12, 1999 L. Sacharski et al., assignors to BASF Coatings AG, MuensterH&-up, Germany
A method of coating vehicle bodies
U.S. Patent 5,965,279. Oct. 12, 1999 N. Yu, Montmirail, France, assignor to Axon Cable SA, Montmirail, France
An electrical conductor made of copper-plated and tin-plated aluminum.
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A system for measuring total cyanide, dissociable cyanide, and complex cyanide in a sample comprising photoillumination means for irradiating the sample and dissociating cyanides contained therein; means to carry to allow radiation from the photoillumination means to cause dissociation of cyanides in the sample and a distillation section configured for distilling dissociated cyanides in the sample by heat generated by the photoillumination means; means for acidifying the sample; means to inhibit thiocyanate dissociation located between the photoillumination means and means to carry the sample; and measuring means for recovering cyanide and generating a recordable signal indicative of the amount of cyanide in the sample.
U.S. Patent 5,965,450. Oct. 12, 1999 N.P. Kelada, Glen Ellyn, Ill.
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