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As mentioned in the introduction, the aim of this study was, with own resources and minimum investment, to develop a system which will help to increase the negative pressure in the electrolytic cell and thus reduce emissions of waste gases in the electrolysis hall and the environment.
the electrolytic cells but suffered from poor current efficiency due to low ionic selectivity [10].
Electrolytic cells are incorporated into a cooling water loop in a side stream configuration.
In an on-site saline chlorination system, regular salt is converted into sodium hypochlorite through the process known as electrolysis, by applying power to the electrodes of an electrolytic cell. Because chlorine is produced within the system, handling and storage issues are reduced.
The 1,162 electrolytic cells are divided into three circuits and grouped in sections, each incorporating between 32 and 40 cells.
This electrolytic cell has the capacity to generate enough protons to react with dissolved oxygen incorporated into juice, wine, sauce, milk and other aqueous systems.
This term is defined as a recuperator, heat wheel, regenerator, heat exchanger, waste heat boiler, heat pipe, automatic energy control system, turbulator, preheater, combustible gas recovery system, economizer, alumina electrolytic cell modification, chlor-alkali electrolytic cell modification, or any other property of a kind specified by regulation by the Secretary of the Treasury.
They made a molten-salt electrolytic cell by heating lithium and potassium salts to nearly 400[degrees]C; the cell also contained a lithium-deuterium compound and a small palladium electrode.
The scrubber consists of an electrolytic cell sandwiched between two gas-diffusion electrodes.