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catolyte

(ˈkætəʊˌlaɪt) or

catholyte

n
(Electronics) electronics the part of the electrolyte that surrounds the cathode in an electrolytic cell
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A set of reagents for the determination of helminth eggs by the method of cath, in a set of catholyte reagents 250 ml
The fuel used as an anolyte is the mixed solution of 0.1 M glucose, 0.1 M NaCl, and 0.1 M PBS, pH7, whereas the mixture of 0.1 M [K.sub.3]Fe[(CN).sub.6] and 0.1 M PBS pH7 was used as catholyte.
The used catholyte and anolyte were 10% NaCl solution and 0.3 M NaOH solution, respectively.
Different methods had been used to maintain the availability of oxygen at cathode either by providing air bubbles into the catholyte or using an air exposed cathode in addition with the photosynthetic oxygen produced by the biofilm.
Advantages: Both types of ECA solutions (anolyte and catholyte) have been reported to be effective for the treatment of cutaneous and mucous infections as well as for posttraumatic and postoperative suppurative complications, and purulent surgical disease.
Catholyte Zero solutions areenvironmentally friendly cleansers and degreasers forjanitorial, sanitation and food processing uses.
The Company's EcaFlo equipment also produces a cleaning solution that the Company sells under the Catholyte Zero brand name.
The cathode electrodes were only partly submerged in the catholyte to allow for an "air-wicking" aerobic configuration.
This issue was taken up and sorted out using different combination of anolyte and catholyte streams.
A 0.5 molar aqueous solution of sodium bicarbonate was used both as catholyte and anolyte.
In the regenerator, the catholyte comes into contact with air.