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pas·si·vate

(pas'i-vāt),
To render less activated, so as to diminish the activation of cells or cell surfaces.
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Brighten, deburr, size and passivate your parts all in one operation.
Titanium Electropolishing and Color Anodizing: Deburr, passivate, and improve surface finish on your parts while providing easy identification.
The Permapass trivalent passivates Enseal combination not only provides outstanding corrosion protection but the Enseal's also give a very narrow torque tension range which facilitates fastener assembly and ensures reliability.
The new ASP+ module, which removes the photoresist and passivates after metal etching, is an enhanced version of Applied Materials' proven Advanced Strip and Passivation chamber.
Now with the newly released product Slotopass HK10 they can provide more protection than some 'colour' passivates.
Cyanide copper, on the other hand, is more likely to suffer from the high alkalinity of the plating solution, and passivates based on sodium dichromate are very effective.