electrochemical cell


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electrochemical cell

n.
See cell.
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The aliquots were added into the electrochemical cell with 9.5 mL of the support electrolyte of [Na.sub.2]HP[O.sub.4] (0.1 mol [L.sup.-1]), pH 4.0.
The electrochemical cell developed in this work is compared with the works available in the literature, and a comparative statement is presented in Table 5.
The electrochemical cell was fabricated and the cell parameters were evaluated for 35PVA/35PVP : 30Mg[Cl.sub.2] x 6[H.sub.2]O polymer electrolyte film.
Electrochemical Degradation of TCMTB in a FM01-LC Filter Press-Type Electrochemical Cell. All of the experiments in the FM01-LC cell were performed at three different volumetric flows ([Q.sub.v]): 5.67, 9.46, and 13.24 L [min.sup.-1].
If that electrochemical cell is found out of equilibrium, irreversible phenomena will occur.
The electrochemical reduction of TNTs was also performed in the same two-electrode electrochemical cell with the TNTs as the cathode while the high density graphite electrode was the anode.
In 1988, Shimidzu and coworkers used the concept described by equation (3) to build an electrochemical cell made from PPy and a composite from PPy and poly(vinyl sulfate) (PPy/PVS) [15].
It involves, in majority of cases, standard three-electrode electrochemical cell, although in some cases of galvano static polymerization, two electrode cell can be used [9].
Their paper, "The O2-assisted Al/CO2 electrochemical cell: A system for CO2 capture/conversion and electric power generation," was published July 20 in Science Advances.
Its in vitro diagnostic test devices are based on electrochemical cell technology platform.
This generator (electrochemical cell) consists of two electrodes pressed against the proton exchange membrane (PEM), forming a membrane-electrode assembly.
Scientists from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology developed a microbial electrochemical cell that can turn substances found in tomato waste into electric current.