half-cell


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half-cell

[′haf ¦sel]
(physical chemistry)
A single electrode immersed in an electrolyte.
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Even worse, in the UK the use of one half-cell trailing behind the other at a distance of several meters is also called combined CIPS/DCVG.
Half-Cell Investigations of Cathode Catalysts for PEM Fuel Cells: From Model Systems to High-Surface-Area Catalysts (Matthias Arenz and Nenad M.
This cathodic half-cell will then be combined with a water-oxidizing anode to form an overall photoelectrochemical cell which will make syngas (H2 and CO) from water and sunlight.
The contact resistance of the half-cell with the soil determines the resistance of the external circuit for potential measurements.
It is the general concept that the CIPS half-cell must be placed directly above the pipe centerline.
Srivastava, "QSS from the atomic to system level battery materials design and optimization has been validated by materials synthesis and prototype half-cell battery testing.
ANTUM half-cell module prototype that pushes power and aesthetics even further.
2]), fabricated with advanced technologies including back surface passivation, local back surface field and half-cell module technologies developed by Trina Solar.
Electro-active wound dressings produce local electric fields by providing electrical half-cells in proximity to treat the skin.
The skin was clamped between the two half-cells of the Franz type vertical glass diffusion cell assembly.