Wortformen:(regular plural) electrolytes
(Electrical engineering: Circuits, Electrical power, Computing and control) An electrolyte is a substance, usually a liquid, that electricity can pass through. ⇒ When two different metals are suspended in an electrolyte solution, it can be found that direct current flowing one way through the metals has less resistance than the other direction. ⇒ They produce power electrochemically by passing a hydrogen-rich gas over an anode and air over a cathode, and introducing an electrolyte in between to enable exchange of ions. ⇒ An electrolyte is a substance, usually a liquid, that electricity can pass through.
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