wet cell


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wet cell

[′wet ‚sel]
(electricity)
A primary cell in which there is a substantial amount of free electrolyte in liquid form.
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BG-11 media (42 mL) was poured into a plastic cup and the desired amount (generally between 300 [micro]L and 3.0 mL) of wet cell pellet of Synechococcus leopoliensis (UTEX 2434, wild type) or the algae overproducer was added and mixed.
(1) Wet cell: all the edges of this cell consisted of wet edge or partially wet edge (with flux) and all the nodes of the cell were flooded.
For soft lens measurement, the remaining methods in the ISO standards are more suitable due to allowing for hydrated measurement through a wet cell. Moire deflectometry uses a collimated light source and gratings to map deflections of light rays while Shack-Hartmann wavefront sensing utilises a laser source to generate beam deflections from a wavefront.
Wet cells biomass was processed with Labsonic[R]P homogenizer at 25 kHz in 100% power level for 15, 30 and 45 minutes as shown in Table 1.
They also have to withstand numerous charge/discharge cycles, so a wet cell battery has fewer, thicker lead plates.
It is also important to specify whether the chair uses wet cell or gel batteries, as this will determine whether the batteries will be removed prior to shipment.
Results from the wet cell are compared to a one-acre dry cell that does not have its leachate recirculated.
2 to 9 of the equipment groups 1/2/3/8 for the dismantling of the existing building and new construction of a three-storey, Non-basement accommodation building with 96 accommodations in the current accommodation standard (single room with single wet cell) in the wfk murnau, Information technology battalion 293.
Using patented, electrically controlled permanent lifting magnets, a series of magnetic plate handling systems are independently powered by a 24-volt DC wet cell battery, eliminating the need for a power supply cable reel to be located on the hoist/crane.
As more variations of wet cell batteries come into the marketplace--sealed absorbed-glass mat types, mainly--we've seen a profusion of so-called "smart chargers" intended to prolong their service life by avoiding ruinous overcharging.