galvanic cell


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galvanic cell

[gal′van·ik ′sel]
(electricity)
An electrolytic cell that is capable of producing electric energy by electrochemical action.
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As with Catize, addition of the CarbOne additive to a primer creates a passive galvanic cell that protects the substrate.
The galvanic cell in parallel with the industrial cell using the other electrical parameters of working (voltage and current density)--the amount of electrolyte taken through by-pass circuit is extremely small compared to the amount of electrolyte in the industrial bath which allows the work with other process parameters in cell than those in industrial cell.
After these measurements the two electrodes of the galvanic cell are put under voltage and the process of metallic or alloy deposition on the cathode begins.
Among the topics are the first law of thermodynamics, the thermodynamics of mixtures and open systems, the canonical equation of state, the thermodynamics of surfaces, and galvanic cells and electromotive forces.
1]), (36) local galvanic cells probably were created on the surface of the coating in which the Mo[S.
Topics discussed are temperature, pressure, molar volume, and equilibrium; the equation of a state; thermodynamic transformations; work; heat; path-dependent and path- independent quantities; the first and second laws; free energies; calculating the change of entropy; enthalpy and energy change; thermochemistry; chemical potential; mixtures; chemical equilibrium; phase transitions; electrolyte solutions; and galvanic cells.
The tongue is really an assembly of sensors that includes a heater, a temperature sensor, an array of ion-specific electrodes, an oxidation/reduction sensor pair, an electrical conductivity sensor, and an array of galvanic cells on one compact ceramic substrate.
It was found that galvanic cells having pure zinc and pure copper electrodes in electrolytes containing zinc ions have electric potentials which vary with the pH of the electrolyte.
Iodine-polymer adducts as active materials for positive electrodes of galvanic cells.