What's the Copper Electrowinning?
Copper is element number 29 on the Periodic Table of Elements. It is considered a semi-precious, nonferrous, malleable metal with many hundreds of applications in the areas of electricity and electronics, plumbing, building construction and architecture, industry, transportation, and consumer and health products.
Pure copper's melting point is 1,981°F (1,083°C, 1356°K). Its most important properties include superior heat transfer, electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance. Refined copper cathodes are always gotten through electrowinning process.
Electrowinning, also called electroextraction, is the electrodeposition of metals from their ores that have been put in solution via a process commonly referred to as leaching. Electrorefining uses a similar process to remove impurities from a metal. Both processes use electroplating on a large scale and are important techniques for the economical and straightforward purification of non-ferrous metals. The resulting metals are said to be electrowon.
Copper electrowinning chemical equation is below:
Electrowinning part is mainly composed of anode, cathode, electrolysis cells, transformer & rectifiers etc.
Except copper, other non-ferrous metals are also gotten through electrowinning, these metals include:
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