1) Anodizing is carried out under high voltage. It is an electrochemical reaction process. The conductive oxidation of 8011 aluminum foil (also called chemical oxidation) does not require electricity, but only needs to be immersed in the syrup. It is a pure chemical reaction.
2) Anodizing takes a long time, often several tens of minutes, while conductive oxidation requires only a few tens of seconds.
3) The film formed by anodization has a few micrometers to several tens of micrometers and is hard and wear resistant, while the film formed by conductive oxidation is only 0.01-0.15 micrometers. The wear resistance is not very good, but it is both electrically conductive and resistant to atmospheric corrosion, which is its advantage.
4) The oxide film is inherently non-conductive, but since the film formed by conductive oxidation is really thin, it is electrically conductive.