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Coating A Mirror With Silver Using Silver Acetate !

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Posted by Al Werner/">Al Werner on December 3, 1999 17:55:21 UTC

Hi:

I am working on a new type of light tube amplifier, and wish to coat the inside diametre of my 10 " light tube amplifier with silver.

I am not a competent chemist, but I understand their is a method using a silver acetate solution and a hot azeton stream for drying, followed by baking.

Are you familiar with these silver coating technique ?

Thanking you for your kind comments.

Al:

PS: I would like to share the merits of my light tube design with this forum once I have build and tested my first instrument. Thank you.

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