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coated wire electrode

Abbreviation: CWE
A chemical sensor in some clinical laboratory analyzers that functions similarly to a pH electrode. See: hydrogen electrode; saturated calomel electrode
See also: electrode
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CWE offers education, training, technical assistance, women's business enterprise certification and access to both debt and equity capital to entrepreneurs at every stage of business development.
For CWE and the Ameren subsidiaries, the inability to fully recover their power purchase costs would result in a severe cash drain, similar in some respects to the experience in California that ultimately led to the 2001 bankruptcy filing of Pacific Gas and Electric Company and the insolvency of Southern California Edison.