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The difference between anodic and conductive oxidation
1) Anodic oxidation is an electrochemical reaction process under high pressure conditions; Conductive oxidation (also known as chemical oxidation) does not require electricity. Just dip it in the liquid medicine. It's a pure chemical reaction.
2) Anodic oxidation takes a long time, often tens of minutes, while conductive oxidation only takes tens of seconds.
3) The film layer generated by anodic oxidation is several microns to tens of microns, hard and wear-resistant; The film formed by conductive oxidation is only 0.01-0.15μm, the wear resistance is not very good, but the conductive, atmospheric corrosion resistance, which is its advantage.
4) The oxide film is originally non-conductive, but because the film formed by conductive oxidation is very thin, so it is conductive.