Electrochemistry of Non-ferrous Metals
Electrochemistry of metals constitutes a major section of chemistry, devoted to the study and improvement of processes of electro-crystallization (or ionization of metal atoms) ie: chemical conversions at the metal (electronic conductor) - electrolyte (ionic conductor) interface, when an electric current is passed through the electrolyte.
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SOME CONCEPTS OF ELECTROCHEMISTRY OF METALS
PRINCIPLES OF ELECTROCRYSTALLISATION OF METALS
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