What are electroplating chemicals?

What are electroplating chemicals?

Electroplating is a general name for processes that create a metal coating on a solid substrate through the reduction of cations of that metal by means of a direct electric current. ... It is also used to purify metals such as copper.

Why do you think electroplated jewelry are in demand?

Electroplated jewelleries are in demand because firstly, they are as shiny and attractive as real jewelleries. They are light-weighted and cost effective. Secondly, one feels free to wear it because of the growing problem of snatching and theft.

What are the 3 effects of electric current?

The three effects of electric current are the heating effect, the magnetic effect and the chemical effect. When electric current flows in a circuit it can produce heat and light and make an object move.

How can a bulb glow?

The glass part of the light bulb is a casing for a thin wire called a filament. Most of the air is removed from the bulb and replaced with an oxygen-free gas (inert) to prevent the filament from oxidizing (burning up) when it gets hot and glows.

What is the chemical effect of electricity?

The passage of an electric current through a conducting solution causes chemical reactions. As a result, bubbles of a gas may be formed on the electrodes. Deposits of metal may be seen on electrodes. Changes of colour of solutions may occur.