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- n. the deposition of a metal on a cathode during electrolysis; used as a method of purification
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The deposition of metals or other substances from a solvent by means of electricity.
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- n. the deposition of a substance on an electrode by the action of electricity (especially by electrolysis)
The new technology is called the electrodeposition method.
I have seen some of this work in the past, but that was related to making an anode using electrodeposition.
Nanocrystalline coatings use electrodeposition, vapor deposition, or spray conversion processing to deposit very small grains of crystalline alloys on a metal substrate.
The sides of each box are made using an established manufacturing method called electrodeposition.
To make the self-assembling containers, (researcher David) Gracias and his colleagues begin with some of the same techniques used to make microelectronic circuits: thin film deposition, photolithography and electrodeposition.
Not the spark from an induction coil or Leyden jar, but a strong and steady current at a low pressure, is adapted for electrolysis or electrodeposition, and hence the voltaic battery or a special form of dynamo is usually employed in this work.
By electrodeposition of crystalline nanoparticles onto a conducting substrate (for example a PTFE enhanced carbon fiber ultrahydrophobic sheet) for the first-time, it becomes possible to selectively create platinum-nanoparticles of the size of about 2 nm onto the bumps of the substrate without agglomeration.
Previous approaches to use this compound -- which is one of the leading photovoltaic alternatives to silicon-based solar energy devices -- have depended on methods such as sputtering, evaporation, and electrodeposition.
SoloPower's modules employ its solar cell devices fabricated with copper indium gallium di-selenide (CIGS) materials using a proprietary roll-to-roll electrodeposition process.
Also they should have skills in biopolymers or metals, such as: double/single emulsion, nanoparticles, chemical synthesis of biomaterials, electrodeposition/electroporation, microfluidics, microfabrication/photolithography,
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