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By Wei Sha, Xiaomin Wu, Kim Ghee Keong

In contrast to electroplating, electroless plating permits uniform deposits of coating fabrics over all surfaces, despite dimension, form and electric conductivity. Electroless copper and nickel-phosphorus deposits offer protecting and sensible coatings in industries as assorted as electronics, automobile, aerospace and chemical engineering. This booklet discusses the newest learn in electroless depositions.  After an introductory bankruptcy, half one specializes in electroless copper depositions reviewing such components as floor morphology and residual rigidity, modeling floor constitution, adhesion power of electroless copper deposit, electric resistivity and functions of electroless copper deposits. half is going directly to examine electroless nickel-phosphorus depositions with chapters at the crystallization of nickel-phosphorus deposits, modeling the thermodynamics and kinetics of crystallization of nickel-phosphorus deposits, synthetic neural community (ANN) modeling of crystallization temperatures, hardness evolution of nickel-phosphorus deposits and functions of electroless nickel-phosphorus plating.

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The magnified image on the top left of Fig. 8(c) shows only small grains on the surface of the deposit. 7. It is easy for the small grains to fill the voids and the gaps within deposit, resulting in a flat and smooth coating surface on a rough surface like the epoxy board substrate. The surface is extremely flat and smooth after 120 minutes plating (Fig. 8(d)). The rough surface of the substrate is completely covered. The same as Fig. 8 The surface morphology evolution of separate electroless copper deposits from the glyoxylic acid high concentration low temperature solution with (a) 5 minutes, (b) 15 minutes, (c) 60 minutes and (d) 120 minutes plating time, and (e) 120 minutes with 140 °C heat treatment.

1(c)), the voids on the original image are well captured but a large amount of the black noises remain on the processed images, which may not be removed by the subsequent image processing step. 55 (Fig. 5 (Fig. 1(f)), much less noise remains on the processed images but some shallow voids are not completely captured. The best-processed image is Fig. 6. 5. void information from the original image and at the same time keeps the noise at a controllable level for the subsequent procedures. 6. 6. The processed images after step 4 are shown in Fig.

8(a)), similar to Fig. 7(a), deposits start to grow on both inside and the edge of the dimples of the substrate. The pores on the surface of the deposit are developed from the dimples on the substrate (magnified image in Fig. 8(a)). Deposits and voids can be found deep inside of these pores and may lead to porous structure in the deposit after further plating. After 15 minutes plating (Fig. 8(b)), the deposit starts to form big clusters and cover the dimples of the substrate but the feature of the substrate still shows.

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