To further investigate performance of blend membranes in operating condition of chlor-alkali electrolytic cell
, the electrolysis property and delamination failure analysis were introduced.
are incorporated into a cooling water loop in a side stream configuration.
Electric Double-Layer Capacitor, Electrolytic Cell
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Jones of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, told a gathering of physicists at Columbia University that he and co-workers at Brigham Young and the University f Arizona at Tucson had evidence for extremely low levels of cold fusion occurring in an electrolytic cell
akin to, but different from, Pons' and Fleischmann's.
MaximOS[TM] uses a small, self-cleaning electrolytic cell
that combines electricity, salt and water to generate either sodium hypochlorite or mixed oxidant solutions.
Electrodialytic Production of Hypophosphorous Acid with Six-Compartment Electrolytic Cell
and Ti-PbO2 Anode
Excelyte[R] is produced by channeling the solution through an electrolytic cell
using a proprietary microprocessor to precisely apply voltage, ensuring a metastable, pH-neutral microbiocide that is safe for the environment.
The Watergas unit consists of an electrolytic cell
that uses electrical energy in the presence of a catalyst and an additive to efficiently convert water to hydrogen and oxygen (Patent Pending).
Excelyte[R] is produced by channeling a solution of salt and water through an electrolytic cell
using a proprietary microprocessor to dynamically apply voltage, ensuring a pH neutral disinfectant that is safe for the environment.
UET's new proprietary method of scale removal in hot and cold water systems uses an electrolytic cell
with DC current to force scale formation in a contained "scale factory.
In 1983, Jacobs completed the design and construction of a major electrolytic cell
facility (valued at more than $40 million) to recycle the magnesium chloride created in the production of titanium sponge.
These are needed to prevent degradation of the electrolytic cell
stack by impurities.