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By Glenn O. Mallory, Juan B. Hajdu

The time period «electroless plating» describes the tools of depositing metals and alloys
by technique of electrochemical reactions. even if, chemical plating is the more
accurate time period that may be used to indicate the various technique of steel deposition
without the appliance of electrical present from an exterior resource.

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Temperatureis a measure of the energy (heat) content of the plating solution. In the context of this chapter, energy, which is added to the plating bath, is considered a bath variable like the other reactants. The quantity of energy required by the system or added to it is one of the most important factors affecting the kinetics and rate of the deposition reaction. The dependence of reaction rate on temperature is illustrated in Fig. 20. The rate-energy relation is shown schematically because the exponential nature of the relation is common to all electroless nickel plating systems, even though their absolute plating rates will differ.

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