chromium plating

The process of coating metal with a layer of chromium to prevent rust.
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  • chromium — /kroh mee euhm/, n. 1. a lustrous, hard, brittle, metallic element used in alloy steels for hardness and corrosion resistance, as in stainless steel, and for plating other metals: chromium salts are used as pigments and mordants. Symbol: Cr; at.… …   Universalium

  • plating — The coating of metal usually by electrolysis. See black chromium plating chromium plating copper plating gold plating hard chromium plating mechanical plating nickel plating shell plating silver plati …   Dictionary of automotive terms

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