binary cell

binary cell

[′bīn·ə·rē ¦sel]
(computer science)
An elementary unit of computer storage that can have one or the other of two stable states and can thus store one bit of information.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Comparing the parameters characterizing the best performing ternary cell with those of the binary cell of PTB7 : P[C.sub.61]BM, we find a slight increase of the short-circuit current.
18% over the binary cells. The maximum PCE obtained, 4.72%, surpasses the reported values for ternary systems based on PTB7 and P[C.sub.61]BM [30].
The ternary devices with the highest efficiency (0.75:0.25:2) do not seem to gain significantly from the presence of pBTTT, since its EQE spectrum is very close to that of the binary cells with PTB7:P[C.sub.61]BM.
After hosting themed parties in venues around the city, from the Blade Factory to Binary Cell and the Kazimier, at the end of last year the guys decided the time had come to take on their own premises.
Liverpool council licensing committee chairman Cllr Christine Banks granted the application to allow the as-yet unnamed venue, where studio Binary Cell is currently based, to trade and serve alcohol until 4am.
www.liverpool for the latest and more Binary Cell, a recording studio, is situated in the building run by Stefan Kazassoglou, a project which is expected to continue with groups rehearsing in the basement before heading to the top floor to record tracks.
A short walk away, a completely unrelated bid was unveiled to open a music concert venue and bar, where recording studio Binary Cell is currently situated.