half-cell


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half-cell

[′haf ¦sel]
(physical chemistry)
A single electrode immersed in an electrolyte.
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An end-cell unit composed of cooling channel sandwiched in between a full and half-cell to approximate each end cell of the battery module
Accelerated corrosion for steel reinforcement in concretes was performed by applying 'artificial' 3V potential and measuring the half-cell potentials, which is the decrease in potential between the steel and a standard electrode placed on the concrete surface [17].
Traditional SIBC implementation is approximated with the magnetic field component located at half-cell size distance away from the interface and half time step earlier in time: [[H.
Also, continuous monitoring of the potential difference between two working electrodes and two half-cell potentials against Hg/[Hg.
1931) The bacterial culture as an electrical half-cell, J.
In addition to the skin impedance, the electrical transducer comprises the resistance of the electrolytic gel and the double layer at the electrode-electrolyte interface, as well as half-cell potentials caused by different energies of the electrode, electrolyte, and skin.
The system consists of 60 solar photovoltaic modules, half of which include BP Solar's new 120 half-cell modules with ThermoThermo-Cool technology.
Both working solutions are re-circulated in each half-cell by means of two peristaltic pumps through hydraulic circuits starting and ending in the common cylinder C.
A voltage known as the half-cell potential develops across the interface due to an uneven distribution of anions and cations.
The following example with Sn (IV) oxide summarizes the half-cell reactions that occur during ROSA:
A relation between AE activity and half-cell potentials in the accelerated corrosion test is given in Fig.
Even worse, the recommended lateral half-cell is at a distance of only two to three meters from the pipeline.