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sudi Nov 2nd 2013 03:30 AM

standard cell potential
 
I am using NiSO4 aqueous solution, Pt anode, Cu cathode coated with Au for Ni electroplating (at 3 V DC) on Au. Cu is not exposed to solution.
To calculate cell potential should I consider Cu/Pt or Au/Pt. If I replace Pt with graphite, whether for same 3 V DC supply Ni plating would be possible? Your suggestion will be very useful.

mgoo Apr 27th 2017 11:19 PM

Hi, I don't know if you can answer my question, but I was wondering when electroplating copper onto an iron nail in an electrolytic cell, how does the bubbling of hydrogen gas that occurs at the anode affect the quality of plating?


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