Bill Coleman AA4LR
Tue, 21 Mar 2000 15:44:50 -0500
On 3/20/00 8:18 PM, K7GCO@aol.com at K7GCO@aol.com wrote:
[ regardling NoAlOx ]
>George: It's so you can get them apart years later if greased. It's not
>conduction beyond the very thin ring of connection at the diameter change.
So, what exactly happens to the connection over the ensuing years that
makes it hard to separate without something like NoAlOx?
And if it has nothing to do with conduction, why does NoAlOx have
suspended Zinc particles?
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