half-cell


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half-cell

[′haf ¦sel]
(physical chemistry)
A single electrode immersed in an electrolyte.
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and will use the latest factory machinery to manufacture one gigawatt of ultra-efficient modules per annum, including standard half-cell, dual-glass half-cell, and bifacial half-cell modules, according to Seraphim, a solar product manufacturer in China.
The new plant, set up jointly with Shanxi Lu'An Photovoltaics Technology Co, will use leading-edge factory machinery to manufacture one gigawatt of ultra-efficient modules annually, including standard half-cell, dual-glass half-cell, and bifacial half-cell modules, said a statement from Seraphim.
We have discussed so far general corrosion phenomenon, principle of corrosion, various kinds of corrosion, electrochemical reaction, cells, electrodes, types of cells, thermodynamic principles, electrode potential, measurement of EMF of a cell, Half-cell potential, standard hydrogen cell, reference electrodes, free, energy, pH (Power or fugacity of hydrogen) etc.
JA Solar Holdings Co Ltd (Nasdaq:JASO) revealed on Thursday that it has supplies of 6.5MW half-cell modules, for a solar plant in Namibia, Africa.
Solar power company JA Solar Holdings Co Ltd (Nasdaq:JASO) revealed on Thursday the supply of 6.5MW half-cell modules for a solar plant in Africa.
During the present investigation, a protein source mainly collagen and keratin as cathodic material derived from the poultry waste and oxytocin as anodic half-cell battery material were used in order to compute its potential as charge storage battery.
[1] DGfZP: Specification B 03, Electrochemical Half-Cell Potential Measurements for the Detection of Reinforcement Corrosion, DGZfP, Berlin, Germany, 2014.
Half-cell design can decrease 50% of module current and reduce the resistance power loss of interconnection ribbons by 75%.
For a Li/Fe[S.sub.2] half-cell, the "discharge" corresponds to the lithiation of Fe[S.sub.2].
One of the key drawbacks to current fuel cells is that the electrocatalysts (catalysis of a half-cell reaction at an electrodes surface) used in them rely on precious metal catalysts--such as platinum--to induce oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) at the fuel cell cathode.
Half-cell potential measurements are one of the most widely used nondestructive methods to monitor and assess steel bar corrosion in concrete structures [21, 22].
During battery operation, the water is transported from one half-cell to the other half-cell by osmosis dragging and diffusion.