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Re: A silver anode but not a silver cathode?
 
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Re: A silver anode but not a silver cathode?


hey tony!

the reason silver is used on both sides is because its cheaper, safer, easier and more foolproof. if you only have silver contacting the water then silver in the water is all youre gonna get. an acceptable cathode other than silver would have to be more expensive to keep from putting substances in the water that are not helpful. pure gold would be the first choice for an alternative and probably any of the platinum group would do. silver just makes the most sense.

blessings to you, sir.
 
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