current efficiency


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current efficiency

n
(General Physics) physics the ratio of the actual mass of a substance liberated from an electrolyte by the passage of current to the theoretical mass liberated according to Faraday's law
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Looking ahead, the key priority will be to safely build on current efficiency improvements to ensure the long- term future for the UKCS.
The rebound effect can explain some of the difference, but the magnitudes are large enough to raise important questions about whether many current efficiency forecasts are overly optimistic.
The authority also plans to enhance the current efficiency of the commercial registry to provide advanced services in trade and industry.
Furthermore, the continuous calculation of the current efficiency is possible because the electrolysis current set by the measuring device is known.
Using instrumentation to assess the current efficiency of your boiler and steam systems can be a key tool in helping identify ways to improve combustion efficiency, reduce pollution, extend the life of equipment and reduce the frequency of unplanned stoppages.
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the electrolytic cells but suffered from poor current efficiency due to low ionic selectivity [10].
The researchers say their concentrator will need further development to produce enough energy to be commercially viable, as its current efficiency is around 1%.
How will it affect the workflow and current efficiency in the lab, in terms of