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Platinum electrode from Betzmann-Galvanik:
We know that when plating with gold or silver, you want to achieve only the best results
and this is achieved by using our platinum electrode (platinized titanium). This will
more than meet your requirements.
It hardly wears out and leaves no black spots or stains when plating. For
top quality gold plating, we recommend the use of this electrode.
Care should be taken to clean the electrode carefully after each use!
Properties "Platinum Electrode 6 mm
Platinum electrode (platinized titanium with a platinum layer of 2.5 µm platinum)
Ø 6 mm x 100 mm
Standard electrode for experiments in electrochemistry (electroplating, electrolysis, ion migration, determination of electrochemical potentials, etc.)
Spare platinum electrode for Hofmann decomposition apparatus, electrolyzer
Platinum-coated titanium anodes are among the classic anode materials for electroplating because they combine the excellent electrochemical properties of platinum with the good corrosion properties of titanium. They are characterized by a long service life at high current density and are versatile in use. They are equally suitable for platinum and ruthenium baths, for hard chrome plating, as bright rhodium baths and for cathodic corrosion protection. The standard platinum layer thickness is 2.5 μm.
In order to achieve the best results when plating with gold (adhesive gold bath, bright gold plating bath) or silver, they are indispensable.
This platinum electrode will more than meet your requirements, it hardly wears out and leaves no black spots or stains when plating. For top quality gold plating, I recommend using this electrode.
Other possible applications: Water electrolysis/separation of hydrogen and oxygen, water disinfection, production of chlorates (chlorate synthesis) and perchlorates.
Recommended operating data:
Operating voltage from 3 volts
distance anode/workpiece surface 5 cm
anodic current intensity (specific current density) max. 75 A/dm² (7.5 mA/mm² = 750 mA/cm²), i.e. a multiple of the values typical in electroplating (0.5 ... 5 A/dm²)
pH value: 0 - 11
Bath temperature max. 60 °C