Examples of electrolyte in a Sentence
The drink will replenish your electrolytes.
Recent Examples of electrolyte from the Web
Her death was ruled accidental, due to an electrolyte imbalance, a condition that can be caused by dehydration.
The whole thing is water-resistant because sweat, with its electrolytes and minerals, can short out electronics.
Symptoms from heroin, fentanyl and prescription-painkiller withdrawal can include severe diarrhea and vomiting, which could lead to dehydration, electrolyte imbalance and, ultimately, death.
Most handheld and portable electronics use lithium ion batteries, which are made up of an anode, a cathode, a separator, an electrolyte, a positive current, and a negative current.
An autopsy said her death was caused by pancreatitis, electrolyte imbalance and chronic lead intoxication.
An autopsy revealed her death was caused by pancreatitis and an electrolyte imbalance.
If patients are treated soon enough, electrolyte solution can help stabilize them while their body fights the infection.
Their electrolytes are low, their sodium and potassium levels may be imbalanced.
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ELECTROLYTE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of electrolyte for English Language Learners
chemistry : a liquid (such as the liquid in a battery) through which electricity can pass
: any one of various substances in the fluid of your body that control how your body processes waste and absorbs vitamins, minerals, etc.
ELECTROLYTE Defined for Kids
Definition of electrolyte for Students
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