Hull cell

Hull cell

[′həl ‚sel]
(physical chemistry)
An electrodeposition cell that operates within a simultaneous range of known current densities.
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The process is easily controlled by CVS analysis and Hull cell tests, and can be applied to both panel and pattern plate.
In this work, a Hull cell was used with a 250 ml capacity.
To study the influence of the secondary current distribution at different levels of electrolyte stirring on Vickers micro-hardness, Hull cell was used.
The above figure is similar to the Hull Cell Testing concept, whereby the cathode is set at an angle from the anode to simulate varying current densities.