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  • noun Plural form of electrolyzer.

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Examples

  • Yet Shea contends that HHO kits -- also called electrolyzers -- do improve mileage if installed and used correctly.

    Local News from Sarasota Herald-Tribune

  • Starting in the 1960s and continuing to this day, John has not only clarified the physicochemical laws that govern the behavior of electrochemical systems, he has also demonstrated how to use these laws to correctly formulate and solve problems associated with batteries, fuel cells, electrolyzers, and related technologies.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • Starting in the 1960s and continuing to this day, John has not only clarified the physicochemical laws that govern the behavior of electrochemical systems, he has also demonstrated how to use these laws to correctly formulate and solve problems associated with batteries, fuel cells, electrolyzers, and related technologies.

    John Newman wins the Acheson Award

  • Such solid polymer electrolyte SPE electrolyzers have been brought to an extremely advanced state of development for use in nuclear submarines, with over seven million cell-hours of experience to date.

    The Case for Mars

  • See Solid polymer electrolyte SPE electrolyzers Specific impulse, 60, 102, 228

    The Case for Mars

  • Such solid polymer electrolyte SPE electrolyzers have been brought to an extremely advanced state of development for use in nuclear submarines, with over seven million cell-hours of experience to date.

    The Case for Mars

  • See Solid polymer electrolyte SPE electrolyzers Specific impulse, 60, 102, 228

    The Case for Mars

  • Some time ago, Mr. Laurent Naudin, it will be remembered, [1] devised a method of converting the aldehydes that give a bad taste and odor to impure spirits, into alcohol, through electrolytic hydrogen, the apparatus first employed being a zinc-copper couple, and afterward electrolyzers with platinum plates.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 415, December 15, 1883

  • Either as the metal or the oxide, mercury is employed in the manufacture of electrical apparatus (batteries, electrolyzers, rectifiers, etc.), and in the making of thermostats, gas governors, automatic sprinklers, and other mechanical appliances.

    The Economic Aspect of Geology

  • Maybe we'll see commercial fuel-cell cars by 2015, but they'll carry compressed hydrogen gas, not reformers or electrolyzers.

    Forbes.com: News

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