Subject: why is the convex surface of a spoon only plated during electrolysis?
Date: Thu May 18 22:16:47 2000
Posted by Bobby Khawevh
Grade level: 10-12
School: high school
City: ottawa State/Province: Ontario
Area of science: Chemistry
A metal spoon was plated with copper through electrolysis, at the end of
the experiment copper residue was only found on the convex side of the
spoon but not the concave what was the reason for this observation ?
Re: why is the convex surface of a spoon only plated during electrolysis?
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