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Electrodes

Tiny wires in adhesive pads that are applied to the body for ECG measurement.
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However, we have recently shown that the acoustic emission (AE) technique is a relevant tool for in situ monitoring of the cracking of MgNi and LaNi5-based electrodes for Ni-MH batteries [6, 7].
The electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) measurements were performed in a symmetric cell consisted of two identical counter electrodes with an electrochemical station (CHI660C, CH Instrument, China) at the frequency range of 0.
The tool wear process (TWP) is quite similar to the MRM (material removal mechanism) as the tool and workpiece are considered as a set of electrodes in EDM.
Ag/AgCl electrodes are nonpolarized electrodes--they allow current to pass across the interface between the electrolyte and the electrode.
2002) utilized a 3-D model to study the collection of neuronal cells in a planar quadrupolar microelectrode array having a separation between opposite electrodes equal to 100 [micro]m at frequencies above 100 kHz.
During cladding, as well as during melting of an ingot in the current-leading mould, presence of a break in the current-leading section causes formation of a horizontal flow, directed from place of connection of the cable along circuit of the electrodes over perimeter of the section to the break.
Fuel cells, like batteries, produce electric power via chemical reactions that occur on the surfaces of internal electrodes.
If poor skin-electrode contact persists, the electrodes should be changed.
Power density is a function of the interface between the microbes and the electrodes, says Harold Bright, a program manager in the Office of Naval Research, which is funding studies on MFCs.
This will be the first time that 32-inch-diameter graphite electrodes are commercially used in Japan.
Automation of setup sheets for both machining and application of the electrodes is more customizable, which can be generated as HTML files or Microsoft Excel spread sheets for communicating with the various people involved in the design, manufacture, and use of electrodes.
Honeywell's latest Durafet III pH electrode is glass-free, so eliminates problems commonly associated with traditional glass electrodes such as fragility, poor response and frequent replacement.