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  Electrolysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In some cases, for instance in the electrolysis of steam into hydrogen and oxygen at high temperature, the opposite is true.
Gel electrophoresis is an electrolysis where the solvent is a gel: it is used to separate substances, such as DNA strands, based on their electrical charge.
More recently, electrolysis of heavy water was performed by Fleischmann and Pons in their famous experiment, resulting in anomalous heat generation and the controversial claim of cold fusion.
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 Electrolysis of water - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Electrolysis of water is an electrolytic process which decomposes water into oxygen and hydrogen gas with the aid of an electric current, where a power source from a 6 volt battery is commonly used.
The electrolysis cell consists of two electrodes (usually an inert metal such as platinum) submerged in an electrolyte and connected to opposite poles of a source of direct current.
High-temperature electrolysis (also HTE or steam electrolysis) is a method currently being investigated for water electrolysis with a heat engine.
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 Electrolysis - A-to-Z Science - DiscoverySchool.com
In the electrolysis of water, the water combines with electrons at the cathode and is reduced to hydrogen gas.
In the electrolysis of solutions containing ions (charged atoms) of such metals as copper and silver, the reduction of the metal at the cathode causes the metal to be deposited, or to plate out, on the cathode.
Electrolysis is also used to anodize metals to make their surfaces more decorative and resistant to corrosion.
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 Electrolysis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
For example in the electrolysis of molten sodium chloride using a mercury cathode, sodium ions are discharged in preference to hydrogen ions which are lower in the series.
The electrolysis of an aqueous solution of sodium sulphate using inert electrodes produces hydrogen at the cathode and oxygen at the anode and a neutral solution of sodium sulphate remains unaltered by the electrolysis.
The electrolysis of an aqueous solution of dilute sulphuric acid is often carried out in a Hofmann Voltammeter, an apparatus in which the gases evolved at the anode and cathode can be collected in separate graduated tubes.
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 TheMedicalSite.org - Electrolysis
Electrolysis is the use of electricity to remove hair.
Electrolysis of the legs is rarely carried out because of the length and cost of the procedure.
It is still recommended that cosmetic use of electrolysis be used sparingly as it is a significant medical procedure and all such procedures carry risks.
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 Electrolysis - From the Cleveland Clinic
Electrolysis is a way of removing individual hairs from the face or body.
Electrolysis is a time-tested method that was invented more than 100 years ago to remove irritating, in-grown eyelash hairs.
Electrolysis is very safe and, unlike depilatories or bleaches, no harsh chemicals are used.
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 Electrolysis for removing hair
Electrolysis is commonly used to remove hair on the face (eyebrows, upper and lower lips, cheeks, chin, hairline, bridge of the nose between eyebrows, and sideburns) and also on the neck, shoulders, arms and underarms, breasts, abdomen, bikini line, legs, back, and chest.
Electrolysis should not be done on the inside of your ears or nose.
Electrolysis can cause scarring, keloid scars, and changes in skin color of the treated skin in some people.
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 Electrochemistry Encyclopedia --- Brine electrolysis
Electrolysis is one of the acknowledged means of generating chemical products from their native state.
Chlorine is produced by the electrolysis of sodium chloride (common table salt) solution, often called "brine." Thus, when sodium chloride is dissolved in water, it dissociates into sodium cations and chloride anions.
The chloride ions are oxidized at the anode to form chlorine gas and water molecules are reduced at the cathode to form hydroxyl anions and hydrogen gas.
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 New York Electrolysis - West Side   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Electrolysis is a safe, consistently effective method to remove unwanted facial and body hair.
Electrolysis was invented over 100 years ago by Dr. Michael.
Electrolysis can be used safely to remove hair permanently from eyebrows, face, thighs, abdomen, breast, and legs.
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 electrolysis - HighBeam Encyclopedia
ELECTROLYSIS [electrolysis], passage of an electric current through a conducting solution or molten salt that is decomposed in the process.
Various substances are prepared commercially by electrolysis, e.g., chlorine by the electrolysis of a solution of common salt; hydrogen by the electrolysis of water; heavy water (deuterium oxide) for use in nuclear reactors, also by electrolysis of water.
The plating metal is deposited on the cathode, and the anode replenishes the supply of positive ions, thus gradually being dissolved.
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 "Ionized" and alkaline water: snake oil on tap
Electrolysis devices are generally worthless for treating water for health enhancement, removal of common inpurities, disinfection, and scale control.
In order to flog their electrolysis units, these hucksters (mostly independent agents showing little evidence of any knowledge of chemistry or physiology) spin a number of yarns that are simply untrue, but which are easily believed by many people who are not familiar with modern chemistry and physiology.
By-products of the electrolysis process are bubbles of hydrogen and chlorine gases (both of which are dangerous in confined spaces) and sodium hydroxide, commonly known as "lye".
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 Hair Removal Equipment Online :: Fast, Easy, Powerful, Precise
Global Electrolysis Supply’s time for delivery or performance will be extended by the period of such delay or Global Electrolysis Supply may, at its option, cancel any order or remaining part thereof without liability by giving notice to customer.
Results and number of treatments by electrolysis will vary and depend on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, the type of hair being treated, area being treated, and amount of hair being treated.
Electrolysis shall be defined as the application of precision galvanic current (without implying which specific modality or function, i.e.
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 MTF hair removal: Electrolysis
Because electrolysis is such an unpleasant thing to do, people constantly hope there is a faster, easier, cheaper, less painful way to remove facial hair permanently.
Electrolysis is the most reliable option available today that has been proven to remove TS facial hair permanently.
In many cases, genital electrolysis can help eliminate the need for skin grafts taken from the abdomen or hips, and it can help prevent the problem of hair growth inside the vagina post-surgically.
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 Electrolysis: myths and facts about electrolysis hair removal.
Electrolysis: myths and facts about electrolysis hair removal.
Today's medical electrolysis devices, called epilators, destroy the growth center of the hair with a short-wave radio frequency.
The truth is, electrolysis usually does not cause any discomfort.
www.medicinenet.com /electrolysis/article.htm   (517 words)

 Electrolysis Home Kit, Hair Removal Electrolysis Machine
An electrolysis treatment involves the insertion of a sterile probe, the same size as the hair, into the hair follicle opening down to the Dermal Papilla.
Electrolysis is mechanically safe and controlled at every stage of its application.
Electrolysis can cause some discomfort which is relative to the client's tolerance and area of operation.
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Electrolysis is still the only method of permanent hair removal with over 120 years of proven results, safety and reliability.
Today, with improved technology and education, electrolysis is utilized to permanently remove a variety of unwanted hair located on different areas of the face and/or body.
Electrolysis, on the other hand, because it is permanent, will give you the freedom from unwanted hair for a lifetime and is actually less expensive in the long run.
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 Electrolysis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Electrolysis is a technique for converting electrical energy into chemical potential energy.
Gas bubbles observed during electrolysis are usually hydrogen at cathodes or oxygen at anodes.
The chlorine is concentrated enough to detect by odor, and may be used to bleach selected colored fibers that may be projected on the overhead projector.
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This is not for electrolysis protection but for some protection from lightning strikes to conduct it into the water through the items connected together.
This is usually the most destructive form of electrolysis and you notice it because your zincs get eaten up very quickly trying to keep up.
The boats each side of you in the marina may be connected together through the dock ground lead and one may be eating up the zincs rapidly on the other.
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 Avenue Electrolysis: The Electrolysis Process
Electrolysis is a broad term which describes one or more types of electrical currents used to destroy unwanted hair.
Electrolysis is an investment in yourself that will continue to yield life-long benefits and satisfaction.
However, it is perfectly normal for a slight and temporary redness or swelling of the skin to occur in the area of treatment.
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 Frequently Asked Questions - Electrolysis By Myrtle
Electrolysis is the practice of permanent hair removal that employs the use of a very fine probe to remove hair from the follicle on any area of the face and body.
Proven safe and effective for over 125 years, Electrolysis is conducted by qualified Electrologists using state-of—the-art, computerized equipment and best treatment practices.
No, Electrolysis is very cost effective, when compared to other temporary hair removal methods.
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 Electrolysis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
As in electrolysis, that is--the hair removal process involving mild doses of electrical current used to kill hair follicles.
During electrolysis a technician inserts a needle into a hair follicle and zaps it with electricity.
Although touted by infomercials as "pain free," electrolysis can produce anywhere from mild irritation to sharp pain since pain-sensitive nerve endings are right next to hair follicles.
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 Hairfacts: Electrolysis
Galvanic electrolysis works by causing salt and water in the skin around the probe to be chemically altered to produce a small amount of sodium hydroxide, or lye.
Following a long absence from medical literature, electrolysis was once again taken up as an issue worthy of research in the latter part of the 20th century.
Electrolysis improperly performed or performed on non-normal skin can cause scarring, [17] spread infection, [18] and potentially cause isomorphic outbreaks or spread of lesions.
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Electrolysis is a hugely important process - many elements were discovered by electrolysis of their salts (the alkali metals, for example), and it is used industrially in a number of ways:
The sulphate ion is not discharged (oxidized) at the anode in aqueous solution, rather, oxygen is formed by oxidation of water or of the OH ion.
During electrolysis, copper passes into solution from the anodes, (leaving the impurities, normally containing silver, gold and platinum) as an anode slime, which sinks to the bottom of the cell.
www.physchem.co.za /Redox/Electrolysis.htm   (1143 words)

 How does electrolysis work   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Electrolysis can be used to safely remove hairs from undamaged skin in almost every area of the body.
Because electrolysis destroys the dermal papilla of a hair, there may be a slight redness and/or swelling associated with electrolysis treatment.
Electrolysis is a permanent hair removal process that requires time.
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If you've never been thru any sort of electrolysis, you may not realize there is a certain amount of pain involved.
With the needle electrolysis, they prick each folicle with a needle, and then with the needle inserted - zap the root of the hair with a jolt of electricity.
The next time we went she got screwed up on pain pills, and even drank an entire six pack of beer to ensure sure she was in la la land, which seemed to help her immensely.
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Electrolysis is a commitment and a gradual process.
Electrolysis is more effective in shaping eyebrows and for people with very dark skin and/or light
Apilus is the most advanced electrolysis epliator in the world.
www.precisionlaserhairremoval.com /Electrolysis.html   (284 words)

Electrolysis is a safe and effective permanent hair removal method.
Electrolysis works for all skin types and is effective for any part of the body.
Electrolysis can be performed on any part of the body and is perfect for facial and eye areas, blond or gray hairs, or difficult to reach areas.
www.alternativeshairremoval.com /electrolysis.htm   (378 words)

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