redox cell

redox cell

[′rē‚däks ‚sel]
(electricity)
Cell designed to convert the energy of reactants to electrical energy; an intermediate reductant, in the form of liquid electrolyte, reacts at the anode in a conventional manner; it is then regenerated by reaction with a primary fuel.
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Fieldwork on the Victoria No.3 will include detailed sampling and mapping of the Actlabs SGH soil hydrocarbon geochemical analysis survey in 2017 that revealed a 6.0 out of 6.0 rating for Redox Cell conditions, which is indicative of potential large-scale disseminated mineralization coincident with widespread elevated Cu, Ag, Au + REE values hosted in highly altered Cretaceous age Kasalka formation.
De Castro Fernandes, "Protein disulfide isomerase in redox cell signaling and homeostasis," Free Radical Biology and Medicine, vol.
We hypothesize that an imbalance of redox cell status is responsible for the induction and persistence of noise-induced cellular damage.