Magnetic properties of electrolytic iron
|Author(s):||C. F. Burgess ; A. Hoyt Taylor|
|Publisher:||IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.|
|Publication Date:||1 July 1906|
|Page(s):||445 - 451|
Iron which has been deposited electrolytically from an aqueous solution is not necessarily a definite product, but varies in chemical composition and physical constitution, depending upon the adjustment of the various factors which govern the deposition. High purity is a property frequently ascribed to electrolytic iron, and it is probably a fact that by no other means can iron be purified to as high a degree as is possible by the electrolytic method. It is safe to say that absolutely pure iron has never been produced either electrolytically or by any other method.