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 the past year, Proton Onsite has made two significant announcements that signaled the growing importance of PEM electrolyzers.
For an electrolyzer stack consisting of nc cells in series, the terminal voltage of the stack can be expressed as:
Eliminating dangers of storing/transporting chlorine gas or commercially available sodium hypochlorite, systems feature electrolyzer cell in clear acrylic enclosure and fully automated control system.
A proton-exchange membrane electrolyzer works with the technology of a fuel cell with a polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM).
And thanks to its solid membrane, a PEM electrolyzer is able to withstand large differentials in pressure.
The electrolyzer is hooked up to the power grid, says Robb, but power use is controlled so that only the amount generated by the wind is used to produce gas.
The H2 Reactor is an electrolyzer that uses a unique process of electrolysis to create hydrogen and oxygen gases from water.
In field trials, the companies will use ITM's electrolyzer systems to supply hydrogen for use in diesel engines and ABRO's experience and facilities in the engineering and maintenance of vehicles of all sizes and types to provide acceptance and application of hydrogen technology in both the military and civilian arenas.
It is also the first publicly accessible direct high-pressure electrolyzer system.
This reaction takes place in a unit called an electrolyzer.
Burbank and Riverside's city-owned electric utilities will power the electrolyzer.