In contrast, the cross section of hydrogen ion
exposed to photon flux we computed is four times the Thomson cross section for the scattering of free electrons.
1 since the beginning of the industrial era, corresponding to a 26 per cent increase in hydrogen ion
Titratable acidity is always lower than total acidity, because not all the hydrogen ions
that might be expected from the acids get recovered on the way to the standard pH endpoint of 8.
The rapidly rising hydrogen ion
concentration and falling blood pH cause the fatigue and cramping we know as the Wall.
During the process, cations are replaced with hydrogen ions
using cation-exchange resins; anions are replaced with hydroxyls using anion-exchange resins.
When compressed air passes through rusty pipe, it is contaminated with hydrogen ions
and rust particles.
The Ion Torrent platform activity is based on a pyrosequencing chemistry, whereby individual bases are introduced one at a time and incorporated by DNA polymerase detecting released hydrogen ions
In scientific terms, what pH means is the ability of molecules to attract hydrogen ions
The hydrogen fuel flows between the plate and the anode, where it diffuses with the catalyst --usually platinum--into positive hydrogen ions
and negative hydrogen electrons.
The energy produced by the electrochemical gradient is conserved and is sufficient to pump hydrogen ions
from the inner mitochondrial matrix into the intermembrane space.
While hydrogen ions
adsorbed quite strongly, the adsorption of the other ions was influenced by the pH of the aqueous solution.
Breaking down the paper with the enzyme into glucose sugar, the battery then combines the sugar with oxygen as well as other enzymes, converting it to hydrogen ions
, water, gluconolactone acid, and electrons - producing electricity.