electrolytic solution

electrolytic solution

[i′lek·trə‚lid·ik sə′lü·shən]
(physical chemistry)
A solution made up of a solvent and an ionically dissociated solute; it will conduct electricity, and ions can be separated from the solution by deposition on an electrically charged electrode.
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The unit consists of thermometer for measuring temperature of electrolytic solution during deposition process, a high voltage DC-AC power supply, a plastic container for the electrolyte equipped with a sample holder (anode) and the cathode holder, mixing system, and cooling system.
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Demetallization by electrolysis is a new route that might be used at moderated conditions of temperature in an convenient mix of solvents in a electrolytic solution.
First, the process parameters including the etching voltage, the picking-up speed and the immersion depth of the tungsten wire in the electrolytic solution are inputted in the human-computer interface.
The PZC of the solid was decreased with increasing the temperature of electrolytic solution.
According to the report, one of the eight lithium-ion cells in the plane's battery system swelled and electrolytic solution was sprayed out, Sky News reported.
said Friday it will start manufacturing fluorine-type electrolytic solution, a key material for lithium ion batteries used in electric vehicles and smartphones.
The stencil is taped to the part, wires attached, a hand piece with some sort of mysterious electrolytic solution daubed onto the stencil and, voila, in a minute or two, we have markings that would be the envy of many manufacturers.
The chemical formulations for both the electrolytic solution and the grinding wheel itself also play an important role.
Moisture adsorbed into potash beds and accumulated on the surface of any exposed particles will dissolve the solid potash to form a thin layer or film of electrolytic solution on the surface of each particle (Peng et al.