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  • n. a person who studies or is expert in electrochemistry

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who practises electrochemistry.


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electro- +‎ chemist


  • Every electrochemist that learns of this issue immediately thinks of 10 things to try that could solve the problem.

    A Brief History of Batteries- Part 2

  • In the meantime, every time your battery fails, stop blaming your friendly neighborhood electrochemist, and think back to a few years ago when you could not get on the Web with your mobile device.

    A Moore’s law for batteries? Maybe not.

  • In 1997 Nova electrochemist Chung Chang Young and protégé Handani Winarta dug in to improve existing glucose meters.

    Going Toe To Toe With Medical Device Giants

  • A certain Mr. Martin Fleischmann, an electrochemist with the California-based SRI International, was being interviewed on the boobtube concerning his discovery of cold fusion, sometimes referred to as "low energy nuclear reaction (LENR)."

    Philippine Heavy Water Awaits Exploration

  • United States first started its manufacture on a large scale, and the great electrochemist, Henri Moissin, about the same time independently invented a similar process as a result of his notable work with the electric furnace.

    The Story of Electricity

  • Article:Laser pioneer or electrochemist for Nobel?

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • It doesn't take a rocket scientist or electrochemist to see that lithium-ion batteries can't ever meet Secretary Chu's goals of six or seven times more energy at a third of the cost.

  • Science jobs from Paramount Recruitment: job description A dynamic, up and coming battery company is currently looking for an electrochemist.

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  • Instead, Cinquin, with electrochemist Serge Cosnier and their colleagues, forego these bonds-they just physically pack enzymes and redox mediators into place on electrodes and then wrap the kind of membranes used in dialysis bags around them all.

    Scientific American

  • Are you an experienced electrochemist, preferably with a background in photovoltaics, photochemistry and nano-structured materials?

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