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RE: the mechanical engineering problem

Original poster: "Jim Mora" <jmora@xxxxxxxxxxx>

Hi D.C.,

When I was investigating conductive joint compounds, I seem to remember
there is one that is impregnated with silver too, if you do plate your
joints. But as already been stated, silver oxide is pretty conductive anway.
Additionally, a simple mixture of baking soda and water will clean silver
tarnish without wearing away the plating I should think.

Jim Mora

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Subject: Re: the mechanical engineering problem

Original poster: "resonance" <resonance@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

Very interesting.  Thanks for the input Mike.

We might just consider silver plating the connecting pieces using
Cool Amp powder --- like the power companies do for large current
connections on their substation xmfrs.

Dr. Resonance

>Hi DC,
>    I'd  be happy to silver plate your primary, as I am well versed