electrochemical treatment

electrochemical treatment (·lek·trō·ke·mi·kl trēt·mnt),

n cancer treatment involving insertion of platinum electrodes directly into tumors and providing a constant low voltage for up to several hours at a time.
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8220;My staff and I are looking forward to presenting a dramatic breakthrough in the treatment of neuropathic and other forms of chronic pain,” said Odell, who will present a session at the Congress on “Combination Electrochemical Treatment.
Prompted by a moving treadmill, rats that received the electrochemical treatment could put one foot in front of the other, but this kind of movement was automatic and didn't involve the brain.
Due to high COD removal and sludge production expenses, as well as high energy costs, the electrochemical treatment of dairy industry wastewater has grown in importance [2-5].
2005, "Use of Dimensionally Stable Anodes for the Electrochemical Treatment of Textile Wastewaters," Chem.
Electrochemical treatment of the effluent on a fine-chemical manufacturing plant.
This collection of articles reports on the contributors' research projects and includes theoretical work as well as applications in such topics as theories and applications for square-wave voltammetry; diaryliodonium salts as new reagents for electrochemical arylation of N-containing chelate and macrocyclic complexes of transition metals; electrochemical treatment of dilute cyanide solutions containing complexes with cooper cadmium and zinc at carbon felt electrodes; microstructure and electrochemical studies of coatings obtained by HVOF; electrostatic oxidation of methanol in alkaline solution; and protein redox state control via heterogeneous change transfer.
His research is centered mainly on organic electrochemistry, electrocatalysis, and the electrochemical treatment of organic pollutants.
They cover electrochemical treatment of Cr-containing aqueous solutions, biosorption and bioaccumultaion of toxic metals in environmental pollution control, the utilization of agro-residues in metal ions removal, using clays for removal, eco-friendly technologies, advanced oxidation processes, fly ash based adsorbents, and other removal techniques.
The Cambridge team produced their hardest surfaces yet by following an electrochemical treatment with a 550 [degrees] C treatment.
Electrochemical treatment technologies used to treat such wastes require robust electrodes that can generate powerful oxidants.
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