from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The process of extracting metals from their ores, or the manufacture of metals by the use of heat from an electric arc.
- noun The art of depositing certain metals, as gold, silver, copper, etc., from their solutions by means of the slow action of an electric current.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The act or art precipitating a metal electro-chemical action, by which a coating is deposited, on a prepared surface, as in electroplating and electrotyping; galvanoplasty.
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The process is one of the easiest and most satisfactory in electro-metallurgy.
Tin in solution is largely used in electro-metallurgy for plating.
Pereira, that a little sulphuric acid or hydroferrocyanic acid passes to the outer vessel, but probably the amount would be of no consequence for electro-metallurgy, otherwise, it might be as well to use a
The objection to this method, however, is that without great care the whole of the ferrocyanate is not decomposed, a circumstance which much reduces its value for electro-metallurgy.