• Electroplating is a process in which a metal ion is reduced in an electrolytic cell and the solid metal is deposited onto a surface.
  • The cell consists of a solution of copper sulfate and a strip of copper which acts as the anode.
  • The anode is connected to the positive electrode of a battery.
  • Other metals commonly plated onto objects include chromium, gold, silver, and platinum.
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