Etching and Tone Creation Using Low-Voltage Anodic Electrolysis

@article{Behr1993EtchingAT,
  title={Etching and Tone Creation Using Low-Voltage Anodic Electrolysis},
  author={Omri M. Behr},
  journal={Leonardo},
  year={1993},
  volume={26},
  pages={51 - 55}
}
Etching of and tone creation on metals can be carried out by an ecologically sound method that avoids the use of acids and rosin. The method uses direct-current anodic etching, at very low voltages, in a bath of an aqueous electrolyte whose cation corresponds to the metal to be etched. 

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