ercdndrs Posted December 21, 2010 Share Posted December 21, 2010 Hey all, I am considering making a cell for the production of perchlorates, and I am stuck on finding a suitable material for my anode. Obviously I need something that is conductive but won't react with the chloride/ up to perchlorate ions present during electrolyis. I do have carbon (graphite) electrodes but I've read they are messy and are slowly eaten away. Platinum is always an option but it is expensive, so I am wondering if I can just use nickel or a nickel based alloy instead? Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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