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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Realizing that these similar properties in sulfuric acid and lime are used to pretreat DDGS in fuel production, Feng's lab conducted experiments comparing the use of electrolyzed water to the traditional chemicals.
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The electrolyzed water technology utilized in the air purification system installed at the Criterion 6 theater is an example of how our products are being utilized in public places, such as movie theatre environments, to provide cleaner and safer air for those who convene in those spaces.
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patents related to electrolyzed water equipment and processes.
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