Tokyo, Dec 20, 2011 - (JCN) - AGC announced that it will establish a new production and sales facility in China for cathode materials for the lithium-ion batteries (LiB) used in mobile devices and electronic vehicles, as part of its enhanced efforts in the LiB materials business.
What does K stand for?
K stands for Cathode (electronics)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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- Journal of Zhejiang University (scientific publication; Zhejiang University; China)
- Japan Zope User Group
- Journal of Zhejiang University Science (Hangzhou, China)
- Journal of Zhejiang University Science-A (China; physics and engineering)
- Journal of Zhejiang University Science B (China)
- Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine (American Association of Zoo Veterinarians)
- Black (in CMYK color space)
- Boltzman Constant
- Capital (economics)
- Carrying Capacity (population studies)
- Coefficient of Thermal Conductivity
- Cologne (auto license plate)
- Confidential Cryptographic (TMINS)
- Eastern Ontario (postal code designation, Canada)
- Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Texas (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
- K Language (Unix-Based programming language)
- K-Mart (store)
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Copper cathode is main product Omco's major product is copper cathode.
About 10 percent of the propellant carried into space on satellites that use an electric propulsion system is essentially wasted in the hollow cathode that is part of the system," said Mitchell Walker, an assistant professor in Georgia Tech's School of Aerospace Engineering and the project's principal investigator.
The cathode chamber harbors oxygen dissolved in water.
In such case operations, connected with production of oxide cathodes, could be carried out in open air without being afraid of humidification of the powders, and then the pallets were subjected in tubes to annealing for the purpose of removing from them carbon dioxide and activation of the oxide cathode material.
In the electricity-generating MFCs, the protons and electrons combine at the cathode with oxygen to form water.
The sputter cathode does not have an adjustment capability.