electrolyzer


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e·lec·tro·lyz·er

(ē-lek'trō-līz'ĕr),
An obsolete apparatus for the treatment of strictures, fibromas, etc., by electrolysis.

electrolyzer

An obsolete device once used to treat various tumours and fibrotic reactions.
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In February, the Group announced the construction in Canada of the largest membrane-based electrolyzer in the world to develop its carbon-free hydrogen production.
The motivation to develop electrolyzer catalysts originated from both an increase in the inquiries about the suitability of Pajarito Powder's materials for use in electrolyzers and work performed on the company's contract (contract number DE-AR0000688) with the U.S.
The monthly average hydrogen production by the electrolyzer is given in Figure 11.
"Fuel cell / Electrolyzer / Ultracapacitor Hybrid Power system: F Focus on Integration, PowerControl and Grid Synchronization" power system IEEE, 37: 10.
"As I've highlighted before, it is important to understand that a functioning PEM electrolyzer is not overly complicated to build.
The electrolyzer shall be listed to applicable standards such as IEC/UL/CSA 61010-1, Safety Requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory use, or ISO 22734-1: Hydrogen Generators Using Water Electrolysis Process.
Water circulating between the electrolyzer and water tank was electrolyzed periodically and stably saturated with hydrogen.
Although the cathode process in MEC is the same as that of a water electrolyzer [4], the operational conditions in both systems are completely different [5].
A commercial membrane plant has multiple cell elements combined into a single unit, called the electrolyzer. The electrolyzers follow two basic designs: monopolar and bipolar.
For more information, see Andrew Ellis, a research technologist with ITM Power, explained: "This is an electrolyzer system we've got here.
For Michael Gratzel, "current methods, in which a conventional photovoltaic cell is coupled to an electrolyzer for producing hydrogen, cost 15 Euros per kilo at their cheapest and they are aiming at a 5 euro charge per kilo.
The electrolyzer consumes the electrical power to produce Hydrogen based in the electrical characteristic.