electrolytic cell definition

  • noun:
    • A cell containing an electrolyte by which an externally produced household current is passed by a method of electrodes being produce an electrochemical response.
    • A cell containing an electrolyte by which an electrochemical reaction produces an electromotive force.
    • a cell containing an electrolyte by which an applied voltage triggers a reaction to take place that would not occur otherwise (like the breakdown of liquid into hydrogen and air)
    • A cell containing an electrolyte whereby an externally generated household current is passed away by something of electrodes to produce an electrochemical reaction.
    • A cell containing an electrolyte where an electrochemical reaction produces an electromotive power.
    • a cell containing an electrolyte which an applied current triggers a reaction to take place that would not occur usually (for instance the breakdown of liquid into hydrogen and oxygen)
    • A cell containing an electrolyte by which an externally generated electric current is passed by a system of electrodes in order to produce an electrochemical effect.
    • A cell containing an electrolyte which an electrochemical response creates an electromotive power.
    • a cell containing an electrolyte which an applied voltage causes a reaction to occur that could not occur otherwise (such as the breakdown of liquid into hydrogen and air)

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