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e·lec·tro·lyze

(ē-lek'trō-līz),
To decompose chemically by means of an electric current.
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Later that year, the German physicist Johann Wilhelm Ritter (1776-1810) allowed the gases formed in electrolyzing water to arise from two wires and bubble into separate containers.
In this scenario hydrogen is produced by electrolyzing water, splitting the hydrogen from the oxygen.
Rectifiers are used to supply electricity to electrolyzing processes for nonferrous metals (such as aluminum, copper, and zinc), caustic soda, and other materials.
Hopefully, some fossil on your staff knows that with reactor electric plants, including breeders, battery-powered vehicles, HVAC of living and work spaces, electrolyzing hydrogen from water for fueling vehicles and aircraft, and many other functions can be readily and safely accomplished with even beneficial effects on the environment.
Iceland's abundance of sustainable hydroelectric and geothermal energy also means the process of electrolyzing water molecules is less costly.
The solution contains the necessary storage facility for hydrogen, which is generated by electrolyzing water with the help of energy from the grid or using renewable resources.
Hydrogen for the project will be produced by electrolyzing water, using electricity generated from renewable energy.
Here, the hydrogen for the project will be produced by electrolyzing water, using electricity generated from renewable energy.
Unlike generating hydrogen by electrolyzing water or steam reforming natural gas, the Xogen process is very cost-effective.
The company also announced that it had received official Notice of Allowance for its patent application for an "Apparatus for Electrolyzing Fluids.