electrolytic cell

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Related to electrolytic cell: electrolysis, electrochemical cell, galvanic cell
  • noun

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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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Numerous patents [13-15] have reported on the laminating method, the processing parameters and the excellent performance of the composite membrane in the electrolytic cell [16-18], However, during prolonged cell operation, particularly under abnormal conditions (such as failure of water feed to cathode chamber, loss of electrical power, interruption or reduced brine feed to the cell, etc.
Caustic production at cathodic surfaces is determined by the hydrolysis reaction rate and thus, the amount of current supplied to the electrolytic cell.
This electrolytic cell has the capacity to generate enough protons to react with dissolved oxygen incorporated into juice, wine, sauce, milk and other aqueous systems.
When living on the cathode of an electrolytic cell, the organism can take in electrons and use their energy to convert carbon dioxide into methane.
To increase the concentration of APFO in a water sample to levels at which it could be detected by foaming, Kelydra used an apparatus called an electrolytic cell.
It has been recognized for some time that an electrolytic cell powered by electricity generated from a nuclear plant is a sustainable method for producing hydrogen without attendant GHG production.
The electrolytic cell has the capacity to generate enough protons to react with the dissolved oxygen incorporated into juice, wine, sauce, milk and other beverages.
However, he adds, because the test data show that this system can also destroy chlorinated organic chemicals, any contaminants that do form might be purged by simply recycling the contaminated wastewater -- minus the pulp -- through the electrolytic cell.
Martin Fleishmann and Stanley Pons, however, claimed achieving nuclear fusion at comparatively "cold" room temperatures in 1989 in a simple tabletop laboratory device termed an electrolytic cell.
After receiving one of the first degrees in electrical engineering, at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he designed and built the first commercially operating diaphragm electrolytic cell in North America, in 1893, at Rumford Falls, Maine.
Its unique, diamond-based electrolytic cell creates precise levels of dissolved ozone to safely sanitize the ice-making path and holding bin without chemicals.
Shamovsky summarized his project as follows: "We know that metals can he oxidized in aqueous solutions when used as the anode in an electrolytic cell.
It all started with a press conference at which Pons, of the University of Utah at Salt Lake City, and his British colleague Fleischmann claimed to have measured far more heat energy emerging from an electrolytic cell than they put into it in the form of electricity.
The proven electrolytic cell technology that powers the MaximOS[TM] process was developed by MIOX corporation, with over 1,500 units installed throughout the United States and the rest of the world.