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One of the most interesting of these processes are the flow-through capacitors (FTC). This process is interesting for this project and therefore it will be explained in more details. It is know that a salt, dissolved in water, is dissociated into charged particles, called ions. There is always a positive ions (for the table salt, this ion is sodium, Na+) and a negative ion (for table salt, the negative ion is the chlore, Cl-).




One of the most interesting of these processes are the flow-through capacitors (FTC). This process is interesting for this project and therefore it will be explained in more details. It is know that a salt, dissolved in water, is dissociated into charged particles, called ions. There is always a positive ions (for the table salt, this ion is sodium, Na+) and a negative ion (for table salt, the negative ion is the chlore, Cl-).


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