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Permanent removal of body hair, including the hair root, with an electronic device. Although electrolysis is promoted as a permanent process, many people find that hair does grow back (albeit slowly) after electrolysis. Electrolysis may be done by a dermatologist, by an electrolysis technician, or by a facial technologist or esthetician.
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The process of driving a redox reaction in the reverse direction by passage of an electric current through the reaction mixture.
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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.
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system of extracting metal from ore by using acid and electricity.
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A method of lasting hair removal that involves the use of electricity or radio wave energy to damage hair follicles. This method can sometimes require some form of pain relief.
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n. The process of decomposing a chemical compound by the passage of an electric current.
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electrolysis is the passage of a direct electric current through an ion-containing solution. Electrolysis produces chemical changes at the electrodes.
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The process by which we generate hydrogen and oxygen from water is called electrolysis.
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Process where electrical energy will change in chemical energy. The process happens in an electrolyte, a watery solution or a salt melting which gives the ions a possibility to transfer between two electrodes. The electrolyte is the connection between the two electrodes, which are also connected to a direct current. If you apply an electrical curre [..]
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ELECTROLYSIS


The process of breaking a compound apart using electricity.
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The conduction of electricity through a solution of an electrolyte or through a fused ionic compound, together with the resulting chemical changes .
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A method of using a direct electric current (DC) to drive a chemical reaction. Electrolysis is commercially highly important in the separating elements from ores.
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process of electrical conduction in a solution or molten compound due to ions moving to the oppositely charged electrode
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(n) (chemistry) a chemical decomposition reaction produced by passing an electric current through a solution containing ions(n) removing superfluous or unwanted hair by passing an electric current through the hair root
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Destruction of tissue through the use of electricity; often used to permanently remove unwanted hair from the body.
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A permanent hair removal technique that destroys follicles one at a time with a hair-thin needle inserted into the base of the follicle.
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The production of chemical energy by passing an electric current through a liquid called an electrolyte.
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Corrosion which occurs when different metals are connected in a wet Environment such as with electrical connections between say copper, and galvanized wires on a fence line. Avoid this by using only Galvanized wire and connectors.
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N F electrolysis
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splitting a substance into the separate chemicals that make it up, by passing an electric current through it.
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A process involving chemical change caused by the passage of an electric current through a liquid.
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Chemical modifications, oxidation and reduction produced by passing an electric current through an electrolyte. See also Faraday's Law of Electrolysis
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The production of a chemical reaction by passing an electric current through an electrolyte.
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Changing the chemical structure of a compound using electrical energy.
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When a compound is separated by the use of electricity.
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the input of electrical energy as a direct current to force a nonspontaneous reaction to occur.
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Destruction by passage of a galvanic electric current, as in disintegration of a chemical compound in solution.
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Electrolysis is a chemical effect brought about by an electric current. A Direct current is used to Force a chemical reaction between two electrodes (a cathode and an anode) that are immersed in a conductive liquid (electrolyte). During electrolysis, the electrolyte is broken down into its components parts. The chemical reaction brought about by el [..]
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 A small amount of electric current that passes between dissimilar materials. Causes corrosion on the spars and rigging of many sailing vessels where dissimilar materials are in constant contact.
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The effect of an electric current passing through an electrolyte in transferring ions from one part to another
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a term used loosely to describe electrochemical galvanic corrosive reaction between two different metals when they are placed in contact with one another
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Destruction by passage of a galvanic electric current, as in disintegration of a chemical compound in solution.
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The decomposition of material by an outside electric current.
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An electric current is passed through a solution containing dissolved metals, causing the metals to be deposited onto a cathode. Electrolytic refining
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A series of electrochemical oxidations through reactions at electrodes in contact with an electrolyte, by the passage of an electric current from an external source.
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Electrolysis is a process where an electric current is applied to hair roots to kill them.
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Cosmetic treatment which removes unwanted hair by streaming an electric current to the hairs’ roots. Suitable for all hair colors, including blonde (unlike laser hair removal).
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A method of using electricity to break chemical bonds or cause electron exchange. An electric current passes through an electrolyte causing ions to move toward the electrodes. The positively charged electrode, called the anode, attracts anions and causes them to be oxidized. The negative electrode is called the cathode. It attracts cations which ar [..]
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In hair removal, the practice of epilation with electrified needles. Electrolysis was originally the name for hair removal with direct current only (also called galvanic), although the term is generally applied to all three modalities of epilation with an electrified needle.
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A simple technique for splitting water atoms to obtain hydrogen, driven by an electrical current.
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the process in which an electric current is used to produce a chemical reaction, such as the decomposition of water
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In hair removal, the practice of epilation (hair removal) with electrified needles. There are three basic methods for electrolysis: galvanic (chemical), thermolysis (heat), and blend.
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The process of changing the chemical composition of a material by passing an electric current through it.
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Electric current passing through an electrolyte which produces chemical changes in it.
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Application of DC current to separate a solution into its constituents (for example, water to hydrogen and oxygen)
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Application of DC current to separate a solution into its constituents (for example, water to hydrogen and oxygen)
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