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Electroless Copper and Nickel-Phosphorus Plating. Woodhead Publishing Series in Metals and Surface Engineering

  • ID: 2719580
  • Book
  • 304 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Unlike electroplating, electroless plating allows uniform deposits of coating materials over all surfaces, regardless of size, shape and electrical conductivity. Electroless copper and nickel-phosphorus deposits provide protective and functional coatings in industries as diverse as electronics, automotive, aerospace and chemical engineering. This book discusses the latest research in electroless depositions.

After an introductory chapter, part one focuses on electroless copper depositions reviewing such areas as surface morphology and residual stress, modelling surface structure, adhesion strength of electroless copper deposit, electrical resistivity and applications of electroless copper deposits. Part two goes on to look at electroless nickel-phosphorus depositions with chapters on the crystallisation of nickel-phosphorus deposits, modelling the thermodynamics and kinetics of crystallisation of nickel-phosphorus deposits, artificial neural network (ANN) modelling of crystallisation temperatures, hardness evolution of nickel-phosphorus deposits and applications of electroless nickel-phosphorus plating.

Written by leading experts in the field Electroless copper and nickel-phosphorus plating: Processing, characterisation and modelling is an invaluable guide for researchers studying electroless deposits or materials science as well as for those working in the chemical, oil and gas, automotive, electronics and aerospace industries.
  • Written by leading experts in the field, this important book reviews the deposition process and the key properties of electroless copper and nickel-phosphorus deposits as well as their practical applications
  • Chapters review areas such as surface morphology and residual stress, modelling surface structure, crystallisation of nickel-phosphorus deposits and hardness evolution
  • An invaluable guide for researchers studying electroless deposits or materials science as well as for those working in the chemical, oil and gas, automotive, electronics and aerospace industries
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1. Introduction to electroless copper and nickel-phosphorus (Ni-P) depositions

Part I: Electroless copper depositions 2. Surface morphology evolution of electroless copper deposits 3. Cross-section of electroless copper deposits and the void fraction 4. Crystal structure and surface residual stress of electroless copper deposits 5. The atomic model of the diamond pyramid structure in electroless copper deposits 6. Molecular dynamics (MD) simulation of the diamond pyramid structure in electroless copper deposits 7. Adhesion strength of electroless copper deposit to epoxy board 8. Electrical resistivity of electroless copper deposit 9. Applications of electroless copper deposits

Part II: Electroless nickel-phosphorus (Ni-P) depositions 10. Crystallisation of nickel-phosphorus (Ni-P) deposits with high phosphorus content 11. Crystallisation of nickel-phosphorus (Ni-P) deposits with medium and low phosphorus content 12. Modelling the thermodynamics and kinetics of crystallisation of nickel-phosphorus (Ni-P) deposits 13. Artificial neural network (ANN) modelling of crystallisation temperatures of nickel-phosphorus deposits 14. Hardness evolution of nickel-phosphorus (Ni-P) deposits with thermal processing 15. Applications of electroless nickel-phosphorus (Ni-P) plating

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Sha, W
Professor Wei Sha is Professor of Materials Science at The Queen's University of Belfast, UK
Wu, Xiaomin
Keong, K GDr. Kim Ghee Keong currently resides in Malaysia. All three authors are internationally renowned for their research and work in the electroless field.
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