 "[...]a very interesting book[...]a very important contribution to the understanding of electrometallurgical processes, which up to now was only available by trawling through the literature. For anyone interested in electrometallurgy, especially researchers, this is an essential book for any personal library." (Derek Fray, University of Cambridge in MRS Bulletin, May 2003)
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The book will be of interest to undergraduate and graduate students involved with electrochemistry of metals, materials science, plating technologies, electronics materials and other fields. Scientists and engineers working in a variety of industries in addition to electrometallurgical process plants will find it an invaluable reference as it provides a thorough background of electrometallurgy, then explores the more advanced mechanisms of metal deposition in a logical manner. 


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