How can Metal ions be electroplated onto a surface using an electric current?
July 02, 2008 5:36AM
electrons. Electrons are the only charges free to move in a metal.
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The electric current in a metal conductor is carried by?
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Which metal is electroplated on iron and is used for making utensils?
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Electric current in a metal conductor is carried by?
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What type of metal reflect sunlight efficiently?
How an electric current is produced?
When charges (means charged bodies) move , then we say that an electric current is produced. If charges remain at rest, current is zero. If charge Q moves through a metal in time t , then current I through metal is: I=Q/t; moreever, electric current can also be produced by rate of change of magnetic field through a metal...,
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Why are metals good conductors of electric current?
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Does taping an electrical wire to a surface ground the current?
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What does an electric current in a metal consists of to move?
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During an electroplating process the object being electroplated?
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What do you mean by electroplating and electrolysis?
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What is electrical energy converted into when electric current flows through the metal filament of a light bulb?
What is the difference between an electric current and an electric circuit?
Do electrons and protons change there position in the atom when electric is conducted through metal.?
How electric iron become hot when electric current passes through it?
The electrons in the current have a lot of energy due to the tiny electric force on each one and the very large number of electrons involved. As they move from atom to atom in a metal conductor, some of this energy redistributes to the metal atoms. This energy causes the conductor atoms to move faster, which means they get hotter, and the heat flows to the surface of the iron.