英 [,ɪlek'trɒlɪsɪs; ,el-]
- n. [化学] 电解，[化学] 电解作用；以电针除痣
- electrolysis (n.)
- 1834; the name was introduced by Faraday on the suggestion of the Rev. William Whewell (1794-1866), English polymath, from electro- + Greek lysis "a loosening," from lyein "to loosen, set free" (see lose). Originally of tumors, later (1879) of hair removal. Related: electrolytic.
- 1. Water can be reduced to oxygen and hydrogen by electrolysis.
- 2. The chemist reduced water by electrolysis.
- 3. Electrolysis is also used to plate one metal on another.
- 4. In printing, the creation of duplicate plate by electrolysis.
- 在印刷技术中, 用电解法生产的复制板的方法.
- 5. So far we have only demonstrated that the mean charge in electrolysis is quantized.
[ electrolysis 造句 ]