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Related to electrolytic: electrolytic copper, electrolytic corrosion, Electrolytic process, electrolytic refining, electrolytic solution, electrolytic conduction
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Synonyms for electrolytic

a fixed capacitor consisting of two electrodes separated by an electrolyte

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Hennigan concluded; "I have found that the Systech Illinois MM510 moisture analyser is both accurate in its measure of moisture content and is very user friendly, with an ergonomic design and high quality P2O5 electrolytic moisture sensor meaning downtime of the analyser due to servicing is greatly reduced.
Grand View Research has segmented the electrolytic manganese dioxide (EMD) on the basis of application and region:
Aluminum electrolytic capacitors are used in wide areas such as electric appliances, IT devices, electric vehicles, hybrid cars and equipment for power generation utilizing renewable energy sources.
Aluminum electrolytic capacitors are used in wide areas, including electric appliances, IT devices, electric vehicles, hybrid cars, and equipment for solar/wind power generation.
Electrolytic acid copper is the process that builds the traces that carry the current throughout the PWB.
Another one located in Oyama City, northeastern Japan, and producing specialty polymer aluminum electrolytic capacitors is ready to restart a 24-hour production schedule for the moment, whereas the schedule will surely be restricted by electricity rationing.
The width and length of the water stream projected from the Electrolytic Fluid Antenna determine bandwidth and frequency capabilities.
Measurement of electrolytic conductivity of water is used to determine the cumulative effect of cations and anions concentration in water Electrolytic conductivity value is not selective in terms of indicating the presence of a certain chemical species, (Gutt G.
The porridge for 1 group was made from unfortified whole maize flour; for the other 3 groups it was fortified with either high-dose NaFeEDTA (56 mg/kg), low-dose NaFeEDTA (28 mg/kg), or electrolytic iron (56 mg/kg).
Cameron Compression Systems, a leader in the design and manufacture of large reciprocating and centrifugal compression equipment, announced that it now offers electrolytic hard iron plating (trade name CL2000[TM]) for the protection and restoration of large-bore integral engine power cylinders.
adopted the -ium spelling for most of the 19th century; however, in 1892 Charles Martin Hall used the -um spelling in an advertising handbill for his new, efficient, electrolytic method for the production of aluminum.
Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation" sounds like something from a sci-fi movie, but according to the executives of Cambridge, U.
The partners expect the annual production of electrolytic copper to be approximately 70,000 tons from the new facilities, and it will replace an expected decline in Morenci's heap leach output later this decade with the increased ration of chalcopyrite ores which are difficult to be processed at the existing complex.
ANODE--Half of an electrolytic corrosion cell in metal from which metal dissolves, often leaving pits.
Japanese manufacturers are adopting PEEK in place of PPS for electrolytic capacitors and miniature rechargeable batteries.
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