The key ingredient is epoxy, which is added to a mixture of hardener and solvent inside an electric cell
While hydrogen-run concept cars owned by major, global car brands are designed to obtain hydrogen from refueling stations--similar to the way gas stations currently work--Al-Badwi's car is equipped with an electric cell
that consumes water and converts it into oxygen and hydrogen through electrolysis.
It incorporates a pneumaticaliy-operated cushion to prevent damage to a reel during transfer from the winder and has the ability to interface with a photo electric cell
(PEC), located on each conveyor, with alarms to detect when a reel has been delivered to stop and start the belt, ensuring the next conveyor is free to accept a reel.
Designed for researchers and professionals, the text covers the development history and basic concept and knowledge of cell-based biosensors; cell culture on chips; the mechanism and models of cell-based biosensors; the microelectrode array as a cell-based biosensor designed for transferring and recording cellular action potential; the cell-based field-effect transistor sensor fabricated by semiconductor technology; proposal of a light addressable potentiometric sensor; the electric cell
substrate impedance sensing; the patch clamp chip; other cell-based biosensors, such as quartz crystal microbalance, surface plasmon resonance, and immune cell-based biosensors; and developing trends.
2 : an electric cell
or connected electric cells
for providing electric current <a flashlight battery>
And in 1977, the race horse Red Rum did the job by crossing the finishing line - triggering a photo electric cell
A solar cell produces electric current and voltage by "photovoltaic effect"--a process in which two different materials in close contact act as an electric cell
when struck by light or other radiant energy.
When night falls an electric cell
switches on 50 light emitting diodes, which internally illuminate the sign so motorists can see the warning.