Electroplating revolves around the process of covering a base metal with a thin film of gold by setting it in a chemical solution through which an electric current flows to coat it with precious metal.

Electroplated is a type of jewelry that has been coated with gold through the process of electroplating. The gold plating eventually wears away.

Ref: 120980/2006-10-08


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