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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The P-LBG anolyte shows larger anodic peak in the potential range of 0.2 to 0.75 V (Fig.
The electrochemically generated [H.sup.+] and O[H.sup.-] ions due to water electrolysis at the anode and cathode, respectively, are neutralized to form water molecules (8) because of the O[H.sup.-] and [H.sup.+] ions produced from the dissociation of the catholyte and anolyte, respectively, as shown in (5) and (4):
Spirulina as electricity generation algae in the anolyte emitted electrons by its photosynthesis and respiration metabolism under light, and the electrons were transferred to the anode.
1000 mL solutions of each stream (feed, catholyte, and anolyte) were taken in three chambers Figure 1), respectively.
A 0.5 molar aqueous solution of sodium bicarbonate was used both as catholyte and anolyte. Toray carbon paper coated with catalyst was used as working electrode along with platinum plate as counter electrode.
This low pressure difference is between catholyte semi cell cathode and anolyte semi cell anode which causes membrane viscosity to anode and cathode.
Mediators are best prepared as a concentration solution of 5-10 mM in water and then added to the anolyte suspension of microorganisms from a syringe to give the required final concentration [54].
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This would lead to an unacceptably low bath pH except for the fact that there is a membrane box (anolyte cell) around each anode so that there is a semi-permeable membrane between the bath and the anode.
Three types of EO water can be produced by electrolysis and are known commercially as the catholyte, the anolyte, and neutral EO water.