current efficiency


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current efficiency

[′kər·ənt i‚fish·ən·sē]
(physical chemistry)
The ratio of the amount of electricity, in coulombs, theoretically required to yield a given quantity of material in an electrochemical process, to the amount actually consumed.
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The on-line measurement of deposition rate and current efficiency contributes to increase in process reliability of the electroplating production.
The newer technology offers a reduction in net specific energy consumption to below 13 kWh/kg Al; delivering current efficiency greater than 95 per cent; and an increase in production capacity to 2.
the composite membranes were prone to delaminate and form water bubbles between the two layers, which will increase voltage and reduce current efficiency in electrolysis [19, 20].
8220;The Greek houses are an important piece of university life and history, but their current efficiency could be updated to meet current campus standards.
First cell designs were Gaps limited between anode and cathode and membranes which functioned with current efficiency higher than 80% between 3.
As trade volumes of oil and gas in Asia are expected to rise in the future, participants recognize the importance of joint efforts to enhance current efficiency levels of the Asian oil and gas trade market, and seek consensus in implementing all the measures for improvement including new oil and gas trade market," it said.
NBAD's Unigy implementation will help keep them resilient in case of any data connection interruption and will help improve the bank's current efficiency and productivity.
The material allows significant radiative emission and additional light absorption, leading to remarkably enhanced current efficiency.
Drilling owes its current efficiency to an invention patented in 1909 by Howard Hughes Sr.
In this paper, potentiometric measurement is used for estimating kinetic parameters and current efficiency for electrolyte batches of V(IV)/V(V) and V(III)/V(II) to achieve its equilibrium state, and subsequently, V-RFB's SOC could be estimated.
Region A (at low current density), where a normal-type alloy deposition occurred with high current efficiency, and region B (high current density), where preferential deposition of less noble Zn (anomalous codeposition) proceeded at low current efficiency.
This means that at current efficiency levels of 18 percent for solar modules, Pakistan can sufficiently produce 0.