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Etymology: from Old French liquide, from Latin liquidus, "fluid, liquid, moist"; from liquere, "be fluid". Related to liqui "to melt, to flow".
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liquid membrane electrode
An electrode in which the sensing membrane is made up of a hydrophobic ion-exchange neutral carrier (ionophore) dissolved in a viscous, water-insoluble solvent.
The liquid membrane is physically supported by an inert porous matrix; such as, cellulose acetate.
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liquid electrolyte battery
A battery containing a liquid solution of acid and water.
Distilled water may be added to these batteries to replenish the electrolyte as necessary. Also called a flooded battery because the plates are covered with the electrolyte.