This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other meanings of EC
We have 126 other definitions for EC
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
Petro Water provides electrocoagulation and filtration services to treat produced salt water and frac flowback water.
AWWT uses patented technologies, such as electrocoagulation to clean polluted water without the use of chemicals.
RELATED ARTICLES: Modern Water signs trade partnership in China | Modern Water signs forward osmosis deal in Kuwait | Oman osmosis goes forward as $650k plant completed Modern Water has appointed William Harvey as director of strategy and new business development for its membrane processes division, as well as its electrocoagulation products.
As a final conclusion it can be said that electrocoagulation is an efficient process for removing contamination charge index (COD) and can be used as a fast, easy, economical and low cost way needing less equipment and limited space.
In a beauty clinic, electrocoagulation or diathermy is also used to remove unwanted facial hair.
Whelan C, Deckers P: Electrocoagulation for skin cancer: an old oncologic tool revisited.
21-23) In severe cases electrocoagulation, (47) endoscopic resection of bladder mass, (20,27) partial cystectomy, (7,12,20,30,45) radical cystectomy with reconstruction, (27) or prostatectomy (19,44,47) have been required.
Vilos of the University of Western Ontario, London, allocated 47 premenopausal woman to hysteroscopic electrocoagulation of the endometrium using a 5-mm diameter rollerball with cut or coag wave forms at 100 watts of power.