redox cell

redox cell

[′rē‚däks ‚sel]
(electricity)
Cell designed to convert the energy of reactants to electrical energy; an intermediate reductant, in the form of liquid electrolyte, reacts at the anode in a conventional manner; it is then regenerated by reaction with a primary fuel.
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We hypothesize that an imbalance of redox cell status is responsible for the induction and persistence of noise-induced cellular damage.
Secondary magnetic fields are associated with the microseepage plumes and accompanying Redox cells over hydrocarbon reservoirs.