What Is Electrolysis
In archaeological conservation, a cleaning process, especially of material from underwater archaeology, involving immersing the object in a chemical solution and passing a weak current between it and a surrounding metal grille. Corrosive salts move slowly from the object (cathode) to the grille (anode), leaving the artefact clean.
In chemistry, the production of chemical changes by passing an electric current through a solution or molten salt (the electrolyte), resulting in the migration of ions to the electrodes: positive ions (cations) to the negative electrode…
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