electrolytic process


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electrolytic process

[i′lek·trə‚lid·ik ′präs·əs]
(physical chemistry)
An electrochemical process involving the principles of electrolysis, especially as relating to the separation and deposition of metals.
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Request PDF Sample Copy of Bauxite and Alumina Market Report at: https://www.adroitmarketresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/229 On an average, approximately two tons of alumina produce one tons of aluminum through an electrolytic process. The Bauxite and Aluminum market size is predicted to continue rising powerfully during the forecast period in turn leading to more demand of bauxite.
The company uses green petroleum coke as its primary feedstock in the production of calcined petroleum coke, which is an essential raw material in the anodes required during the electrolytic process of aluminium production.
PEO is an electrolytic process in which an electric current passes through the component to be coated while being suspended in an electrolyte.
Busbars and anode bars are also made for the electrolytic process used to produce primary aluminium from alumina ore.
The technology, which is being deployed by Xogen Technologies, is based upon a patented electrolytic process designed in the 1990s to turn tap water into two parts hydrogen, one part oxygen gas, to create a hydrogen-fuelled home furnace.
This system includes aluminum electrolytic process fault subsystem and aluminum electrolytic system fault subsystem.
We use it in the manufacture of carbon anodes for the electrolytic process of extracting the metal from its ore.
Uyemura's GRX-70, a high-speed electrolytic process proven to prevent whiskers formation in electroplated tin for at least 22,000 hours, was evaluated at Bosch, which confirmed the research findings of Uyemura.
It was noted that acetonitrile oxidizes at 2.4 V in electrolytic process whereas in potentiostatic process the potential for its decomposition was about half volt lower.