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Dimensionally Stable Anode and Cathode (Titanium, Nickel & Steel)

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What is Bus Bar? What is a copper busbar? Why Busbar are preferred for electrical installation? Copper Busbar current carrying capacity? [More]


1. What are electrically conductive solutions? Electrically conductive solutions are solutions that are formed when an electrolyte is dissolved in a polar solvent, for example water. When the electrolyte is put into a polar solvent, it is dissolved into negatively charged anions and positively charged cations. When a direct current is applied to the solution, the anions are drawn to the positively charged electrode (or anode) and cations are drawn to the negatively charged el... [More]

Frequently Asked Questions about Electrowinning and Electrorefining

1. What is electrowinning? Electrowinning is a process in which metal ions present in an electrically conductive solution are separated using a direct current. This is achieved when a direct current is applied across an anode and cathode that are submerged in an electrically conductive solution causing the metal to deposit on the cathode. We say that metals like these were electrowon.   2. Is it possible to improve the electrowinning process? Luckily advances in ele... [More]