Explain electroplating, Physics

It is a method of depositing a thin layer of one metal over one more metal by the method of electrolysis. The articles of cheap solids are coated with valuable metals like silver and gold to make their look more attractive. The article to be electroplated is formed the cathode and the metal to be deposited is built the anode. A soluble solution of the valuable metal is taken as the electrolyte.

 

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