acid electrolyte

acid electrolyte

[′as·əd ə′lek·trə‚līt]
(inorganic chemistry)
A compound, such as sulfuric acid, that dissociates into ions when dissolved, forming an acidic solution that conducts an electric current.
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8 shows porosities in the cross section layer at low and room temperature, the effect of cold sulfuric acid electrolyte enhances the pores formation.
An increase in temperature resulted to an increase in the growth rate of aluminium oxide film formed in phosphoric acid electrolyte.
The reaction of lead and lead oxide with the sulfuric acid electrolyte produces a voltage in a lead acid battery.
Kinetics of oxygen evolution in acid electrolyte shows that overpotential for it is altered by the incorporation of metal ions in lead dioxide anodes.
Energy is stored chemically in different ionic forms of vanadium within a dilute sulfuric acid electrolyte.
In EJD, a negatively charged stream of acid electrolyte is impinged on the workpiece to form a hole (Fig.
The sulfuric acid electrolyte can be reused as a pre-wash for galvanising steel, or is neutralised by gypsum to form calcium sulfate, which is then deposited in landfill.
V: AVC) (OTC: AVCVF) announces it has signed a licensing agreement with Battelle for use of a mixed acid electrolyte technology developed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory ("PNNL") that increases the energy density and operating temperature range of vanadium redox flow batteries.
For example, a car battery has lead electrodes and a sulfuric acid electrolyte.
For years, the industry tolerated the many hazards of lead-acid batteries, including the explosive gases generated during charging, the toxic nature of lead inside the battery, which creates disposal issues and the corrosive sulfuric acid electrolyte.
Figure A is a representation of the phosphoric acid electrolyte cell which is the primary candidate in development for early commercial application.