A sodium hypochloride generator is a system where diluted brine solution goes through an electrochemical reaction, producing sodium hypochloride as its final product. The hypochlorite ion can then release oxygen free radicals [O], which are highly oxidative when present in solution.
Similar to fuel cells, electrolyzers consist of an anode and a cathode separated by an electrolyte. Different electrolyzers function in different ways, mainly due to the different type of electrolyte material involved and the ionic species it conducts.
PCB copper plating is a process where copper cations are driven by applied electric field and being reduced at the cathode surface. It’s a metal electrodeposition process that cooperate with liquid phase mass transfer, electrochemical reactions and electrocrystallization.
Electrodeposited copper foil is manufactured through the deposition of copper ions, onto the cathode drum via electrolysis. High-purity copper is first dissolved in acid to form a copper electrolyte solution, this copper electrolyte is then pumped into the electrolyzer where an electrically charged rotating titanium drum is partially immersed.
The severe limitations of fossil fuels and finite resources influence the scientific community to reconsider chemical synthesis and establish sustainable techniques. Electro-organic conversion has attracted particular attention from international academia and industry as an environmentally benign and cost-effective technique.
For precious metal refining and primary metal recovery, activated metallic anodes are used to deposit the target metal on cathodes.
Dimensionally stable anodes (DSA) have gradually replaced graphite anodes in the chlor-alkali industry due to their excellent electrochemical performance. Titanium is considered an optimum choice for electrode substrate.
Electroplating is a process where metal cations are driven by applied electric field and being reduced at the cathode surface. Electroplating system consists of a DC power source, a dimensionally stable anode (DSA), electrolyte and workpiece that is going to be plated (cathode).