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Cathode role in EC

In electro coagulation cathode release OH- ions and anode release metals and both will from metal hydroxide, my question is that if we are using iron as cathode its consume after some period of operations. what is it mean is it realesing metals in to water
Question asked by: Srinivasd

Asked on: 14 Feb 2010

Iron hydroxide is the name of the hydroxide compound that is formed when iron reacts with water.
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Replied at: 21 Feb 2010
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