electrolytic cell

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Antonyms for electrolytic cell

a cell containing an electrolyte in which an applied voltage causes a reaction to occur that would not occur otherwise (such as the breakdown of water into hydrogen and oxygen)

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Anodic oxidation technique is a kind of widely used traditional technology and its working principle is using electrochemical method in the electrolyte and must process conditions, let magnesium or magnesium alloy as anode, let the iron, stainless steel or nickel as cathode, connected to the external current, on the surface of magnesium or magnesium alloy will have a layer of thick and relatively stable like porcelain hard film anode oxidation method with respect to the natural oxidation film speed has a great advantage in fibroblasts.
6 V, the high potential led to strongly anodic oxidation, which had an effect on fabricating structures on surface.
2] nanotubes on titanium via anodic oxidation, Electrochimica Acta, 55, 6109-6114 (2010).
For the anodic oxidation of the aluminum surface, PHE was used as filler instead of traditional electrolytes like ammonium hydrogen tetra borate solution [14], ammonium tartrate solution [29], sulfuric acid solution [27], aqueous electrolytes [1], electrolyte consisted of ethylene glycol, water, and oxalic acid [30], The PHE was sandwiched between the aluminum and the platinum electrodes (Al/PHE/Pt), and the voltage was applied to bias the system.
Effect of anodic oxidation parameters on the titanium oxides formation.
Lampke, "Simultaneous plasma-electrolytic anodic oxidation (PAO) of Al-Mg compounds," Surface & Coatings Technology, vol.
Titania nanotubes are synthesized through various methods, including hydrothermal, sol-gel and electrochemical anodic oxidation (anodizing) methods.
In order to improve the natural oxide film, an electrolytic passivation process called anodic oxidation, or anodising, is often used.
Some specific subjects covered include the use of intelligent elements in vibration diagnostics of CNC machines, microhardness of coatings created by anodic oxidation of aluminum, and operation of a water jet system in a sandstone quarry.
New conducting polymers were obtained by anodic oxidation of various un-metallated or metalloporphyrins bearing fluorene or 9, 9'-spirobifluorene groups in meso positions.
The company is also certified under the international Qualanod and Qualicoat associations and is authorised to use the quality sign for anodic oxidation coatings and paints and powder coatings respectively, on all aluminium used for architectural purposes.
Anodic oxidation and electro-Fenton are the most usual techniques, since they have high degradation efficiency due to electrochemical reaction of OH radical as oxidant [5,6].
The variation of Ip1 (first anodic oxidation peak current) and Ip2 (second anodic oxidation peak current) of this system are shown in figure 4 and 5.
Analysis of the TiUnite[R] surface on a nanometer scale revealed a porous structure with numerous craters created during the breakdown phenomenon of anodic oxidation produced by the manufacturer.
The process started with common anodic oxidation with an oxygen evolution on the surface of the anode while the electrolyte voltage increased rapidly with time.