electrostatic bond

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e·lec·tro·stat·ic bond

bond between atoms or groups carrying opposite charges (or, in some cases, partial charges).

e·lec·tro·stat·ic bond

(ĕ-lek'trō-stat'ik bond)
Bond between atoms or groups carrying opposite charges (or, in some cases, partial charges).
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Salt bridge employed here was made with 5M NaCl and agar salt concentration from 7% to 12%.
The salt bridge served as an electrolyte in transfer of protons.
The effect of salt bridge on the voltage of battery was investigated using different material as salt bridge.
Effect of Salt Bridge on the Voltage and Stability of Fish Scales Battery
MFC parameters such as electrode materials, PEMs or salt bridge along with operational conditions of anode and cathode chambers have vital effect on MFC operation [5-7].
Logan, Electricity generation using membrane and salt bridge microbial fuel cells, Water Research, 9: 1675-1686(2005).
Coupling of phenols which have relative tendency of oxidation with those having the tendency of reduction through a salt bridge may form an electrochemical cell.
The porosity of the salt bridge may also play role in the voltage of the rechargeable cell.
The V shaped salt bridge for this cell was made- up of card and was placed in a cut place between the two half cells.
The lamp wick is acting as salt bridge due to its ability to take and retain the basic solution which act as the electrolyte and salt bridge for connecting the two solutions.
Table-1: Investigation of the suitable salt bridge for urea protein battery.
Table 1: Salt Bridges in a F-actin/Aldolase Complex (Energy-12.