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  • noun Plural form of electrolyte.

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Examples

  • Nothing is perhaps more striking in that class of dielectrics which we call electrolytes, than the extraordinary and almost complete suspension of their peculiar mode of effecting discharge when they are rendered

    Experimental Researches in Electricity, Volume 1

  • Remaining hydrated by drinking water or sports drinks (which contain electrolytes) is important, particularly before, during and after exercise.

    Long QT Syndrome

  • In the district court’s words, Powerade “advertises its beverage by promoting its inclusion of certain electrolytes contained in sweat, and its competitor [Gatorade] wants it to stop.”

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • In the district court’s words, Powerade “advertises its beverage by promoting its inclusion of certain electrolytes contained in sweat, and its competitor [Gatorade] wants it to stop.”

    Hoist on its own potassium: Gatorade loses to Powerade

  • The Big C Gets Its Own Biography Brain Scan Reveals Source of Anxiety Triathlons Keep 70-Year-Old Neurosurgeon Young Scientists now believe that torceptrapib had deleterious effects on the heart because it raised blood pressure and increased levels of substances called electrolytes and a hormone called aldosterone.

    Cholesterol Drug Advances

  • Breathing the air is like drinking a liquid high in electrolytes.

    Boing Boing: January 9, 2005 - January 15, 2005 Archives

  • Of course, one of his spokespeople said that it was for electrolytes, which is common for that.

    CNN Transcript Mar 29, 2007

  • Compounds called electrolytes are a major force in maintaining fluid balance in our bodies.

    Fat is Not Your Fate

  • Compounds called electrolytes are a major force in maintaining fluid balance in our bodies.

    Fat is Not Your Fate

  • During diarrhea, the small intestine loses its ability to absorb water and essential minerals called electrolytes (sodium chloride, potassium, and bicarbonate).

    Chapter 6

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