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ELECTROLYSIS OF COPPER SULFATE<br />
Electroplating A Nickel<br />
When water is added to copper sulfate, it is broken into copper ions (Cu2+) and sulfate ions (SO42-). When electric current flows the solution Cu2+ bonds with negatively charged metal

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ELECTROLYSIS OF COPPER SULFATE
Electroplating A Nickel
When water is added to copper sulfate, it is broken into copper ions (Cu2+) and sulfate ions (SO42-). When electric current flows the solution Cu2+ bonds with negatively charged metal

Copyright:© 1998 Jeff J. Daly - Fundamental Photographs

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