Narang, S K (1979) A Unique anti-tarnish film by rhodium plating. In: All India seminar on precious metal plating, August 18, 1979, Bombay.
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Rhodium plating has the widest applications owing to several of its desirable and unique propertise. It has been found of immense value when a permanent, hard, nontarnishable deposit of pleasing colour is needed. The rhodium deposit is extremely inert or stable chemically. It is insoluble eeven in aqua regia and is difficult to polish or strip. Further, rhodium has good electrical conductivity and low contact resistance.
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|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Rhodium plating; Anti-tarnish film|
|Divisions:||Corrosion and Surface Engineering|
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