I need inert anode for use in Fluoboric acid bath. Is it possible to get anode grade graphite? Thanks in advance Y.V.Deval
Deval Yashawant Vishwanath - Pune, Maharashtra, India 1999
Which metal? Cadmium fluoborate baths require cadmium anodes. Indium fluoborate baths require indium and platinum or graphite, so yes, get yourself a graphite anode for that one. Regards, Tom
Tom Pullizzi Falls Township, Pennsylvania 1999
the cathode efficiency is lower than the anode efficiency. As a result the Tin level in bath goes up and I need to bring it back. I can use inert anode along with Tin anode or during night using inert anode I could remove excess Tin. It is a fluoborate chemistry. Any suggestions are most welcome. At present it is necessary to dilute the bath to get Tin in working range. This is very wasteful. Vijay
Deval Yashawant V. - Pune, Maharashtra, India 1999
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