Hybinette process

Hybinette process

[¦hī·bə¦net ‚prä·səs]
(metallurgy)
A process used for refining of crude nickel anodes; anodes are placed in asphalt-lined, reinforced concrete tanks and dissolved electrochemically so that impurities such as copper and iron pass into solution while pure nickel electrolyte is continuously added.
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