Definitions

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  • noun A device that carries out electrolysis.

Etymologies

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electrolyze +‎ -er

Examples

  • Surplus electricity would go to an "electrolyzer," a device that breaks down ordinary water into its two components, hydrogen and oxygen.

    Fast Company

  • Surplus electricity would go to an "electrolyzer," a device that breaks down ordinary water into its two components, hydrogen and oxygen.

    wizardkitten

  • Local workers will design and build the electrolyzer using commercially available components.

    NASA's Green Idea - NASA Watch

  • The demonstration, featuring a unique, high-capacity electrolyzer that separates water into its elemental components of hydrogen and oxygen, is part of an economic development program in the Cleveland area.

    NASA Watch: April 2009 Archives

  • Local workers will design and build the electrolyzer using commercially available components.

    NASA Watch: April 2009 Archives

  • The demonstration, featuring a unique, high-capacity electrolyzer that separates water into its elemental components of hydrogen and oxygen, is part of an economic development program in the Cleveland area.

    NASA's Green Idea - NASA Watch

  • Local workers will design and build the electrolyzer using commercially available components.

    NASA Watch: News: April 2009 Archives

  • The demonstration, featuring a unique, high-capacity electrolyzer that separates water into its elemental components of hydrogen and oxygen, is part of an economic development program in the Cleveland area.

    NASA Watch: News: April 2009 Archives

  • Local workers will design and build the electrolyzer using commercially available components.

    NASA Watch: Marc Boucher: April 2009 Archives

  • The demonstration, featuring a unique, high-capacity electrolyzer that separates water into its elemental components of hydrogen and oxygen, is part of an economic development program in the Cleveland area.

    NASA Watch: Marc Boucher: April 2009 Archives

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