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Anodic oxidation (also referred to as anodisation) is a non-spontaneous electrochemical process by which a high-strength, protective layer of oxide is formed on the surface of the treated metal (aluminium).

The material's surface undergoes a radical transformation: the metal, in its raw state, reacts with the oxygen developed during the electrochemical process, giving rise to an aluminium or alumina oxide layer, which is hard, colourable and weather resistant.