Results for: Electroplating

In Chemistry

What is electroplating?

Is to coat or cover electrolytically with a layer of metal.. The process of producing a coating, usually metallic, on a surface by the action of electric current . The depos (MORE)
In Jewelry

What is gold electroplating?

very strong heated gold plating over a base metal. Depositiong of Gold metal over another metal/non metal by using the DC Power source is a Electroplating of Gold. (Please re (MORE)
In Cars & Vehicles

What are the advantages of electroplating?

Oh!well............there are many advantages of electroplating but some are as follows: 1)It saves the metal from corrosion and rusting. 2)It makes the metal durable and l (MORE)
In Gold and Precious Metals

What are electroplating?

1) Acid solution containing salts of the metal to be electroplated 2) The piece to be electroplated is the anode and will have the negative charge. 3) The positive side wi (MORE)
In Gold and Precious Metals

Why articles are electroplated?

articles are electroplated because the main substance is too costly and poor peoples can not afford it so electroplating is done so that the normal metal also appear as the ar (MORE)
In Chemistry

Why are metals electroplated?

Electroplating served a number of functions, such as protecting from corrosion and wear, decoration, and electrical shielding.
In Uncategorized

Why is electroplating done?

Electroplating is done to keep old ,unwanted and cheap metal from rusting example getting aluminium or ironand pouting a nice coat of silver and /or gold to make it noticeable (MORE)
In Uncategorized

How discovered electroplating?

The early history of electrodeposition of precious metals onto lesser metal can be reliably traced back to around 1800. Italian chemist and university professor Luigi Brugnate (MORE)
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What are the benefits of electroplating?

The benefits of electroplating are positive changes in the corrosion of a material, changes in mechanical strength of a material and better look for a surface. Electroplating (MORE)