Using in the area of producing ammonium persulfate.
Tantalum electrodes with a copper core find diverse applications in industries requiring corrosion-resistant, highly conductive, and durable electrodes. Their use spans electroplating for uniform metal coatings, electrochemical machining for precision material removal, and electrolysis for hydrogen production and metal recovery. In chlor-alkali production, they facilitate the electrolysis of brine. Electrochemical sensors and water treatment processes benefit from their stability in harsh environments. They also play vital roles in corrosive industrial settings, preventing corrosion in cathodic protection systems and aiding in electrowinning processes. Additionally, they are employed in metal refining and the purification of precious metals like gold, silver, and platinum. The tantalum-copper core's unique combination of properties makes it a crucial choice for applications where both corrosion resistance and high electrical conductivity are paramount.