catholyte


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catholyte

[′kath·ə‚līt]
(chemistry)
Electrolyte adjacent to the cathode in an electrolytic cell.
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1000 mL solutions of each stream (feed, catholyte, and anolyte) were taken in three chambers Figure 1), respectively.
Methanol concentration in the catholyte was measured by GC equipped with TCD.
The [H.sup.+] quantity in the catholyte increases by 1M (after the migration) when 1 M of vanadium [V.sup.5+] is produced.
Three types of EO water can be produced by electrolysis and are known commercially as the catholyte, the anolyte, and neutral EO water.
The stock solution of acrylamide was prepared by mixing 30% acrylamide powder with 5.2% bis acrylamide, 10% NP-40, 10% CHAPS, 10% APS, 20mM NaOH as catholyte, 0.01[micro]M ortho phosphoric acid as anolyte, 8M urea and 250[micro]l of ampholyte as sample overlay.
The anolyte and catholyte must be separated in a two-compartment cell (Figure 3).
A thermometer (0-100[degrees]C) was kept dipped under the surface of the catholyte and temperature was recorded periodically.
"Microbial Fuel Cell Operation with Continuous Biological Ferrous Iron Oxidation of the Catholyte." Environmental Science and Technology 41, no.
A reagent that serves as both anolyte and catholyte in diaphramless coulometers is also available, as are stable non-hygroscopic titrants.