The vessel containing the liquid is known as an electrolytic cell.
Chlorine is prepared commercially by the electrolytic process.
Every man who had fallen was covered with a film of the precious metal, as if he had been dipped into an electrolytic bath.
An electrolytic interrupter can be bought for as little as $3.00.
electrolytic copper is one of the purest of commercial metals and is very nearly pure copper.
The electrolytic action of the current is the same at all parts of the circuit.
This conveyor carries the cases edge-wise through the electrolytic bath between two rows of anodes which are four inches apart.
The terms usually apply to conductors leading the current through a liquid or gas, as an electrolytic cell, or vacuum tube.
The action of the salt and soda on the metals produces an electrolytic action which brightens the silver.
The author lays down general principles for electrolytic metallurgy.
electrolytic e·lec·tro·lyt·ic (ĭ-lěk'trə-lĭt'ĭk)
Of or relating to electrolysis.
Produced by electrolysis.
Of or relating to electrolytes.