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Subject: Thickness of Patina Layer

Date: 09/09/99
Posted by: Ethan Gross
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Greetings, I realize that this question does not have an easy answer - but that will not prevent me from asking it: Given all the vagueries of metal composition; bite and causticity of patina solution; duration of application; and particular patina envisioned, is there some general idea of how thick a patina is - or more accurately, how much of the underlying metal is consumed in the process? If the surface to receive the patina is one which has been plated, or applied by one of the polymer/metal deposition techniques, this knowledge would seem to be of some importance. Much Obliged, Ethan Gross

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