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Electroless nickel plating
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  1. is an electroplating technique used to deposit a layer of nickel- phosphorous alloy on a solid work piece, such as metals or plastic

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  2. The alloys with different percentage of phosphorus, ranging from 2-5 (low phosphorus) to up to 11-14 (high phosphorus) are possible

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  3. The most common form of Electroless nickel plating produces a nickel phosphorus alloy coating

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  4. The metallurgical properties of alloys depend on the percentage of phosphorus

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  5. an auto-catalytic reaction used to deposit a coating of nickel on a substrate

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