anolyte


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anolyte

[′an·ə‚līt]
(chemistry)
The part of the electrolyte at or near the anode that is changed in composition by the reactions at the anode.
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The Company markets and sells its anolyte disinfecting solution under the Excelyte [sup.
In common with a conventional electrolysis process, an anolyte solution is circulated through the anode of an electrochemical cell.
The company markets andsells its anolyte disinfecting solution under the Excelytebrand name, which is produced by the company's proprietaryEcaFlo equipment that utilizes an electrolytic processknown as electrochemical activation to reliably produceenvironmentally responsible solutions for cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting.
The Company markets and sells its anolyte disinfecting solution under the Excelyte brand name, which is produced by the Company's proprietary EcaFlo equipment that utilizes an electrolytic process known as electrochemical activation to reliably produce environmentally responsible solutions for cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting.
This low pressure difference is between catholyte semi cell cathode and anolyte semi cell anode which causes membrane viscosity to anode and cathode.
All products are 100 percent natural, made with Anolyte Water, the result of electrolyzing salt water.
Three types of EO water can be produced by electrolysis and are known commercially as the catholyte, the anolyte, and neutral EO water.
01[micro]M ortho phosphoric acid as anolyte, 8M urea and 250[micro]l of ampholyte as sample overlay.
The anolyte and catholyte must be separated in a two-compartment cell (Figure 3).
Care must be taken to ensure that the heating tube end is dipped into the anolyte solution.
15] Prototype experiments using a [Beta]-alumina diaphragm to act as a selective, sodium-permeable membrane, which separates a redhot sodium chloride melt anolyte from the near 100% sodium hydroxide catholyte, promise to further change the fundamental operating characteristics of future commercial chloralkali cells.
ECAT-O&G uses a patented cell membrane to convert H2O and NaCL into anolyte and catholyte components," said George Sanford, founder of UBS.