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a positively charged electrode by which electrons leave an electrical device

the negatively charged terminal of a voltaic cell or storage battery that supplies current

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The sacrificial anodes, comprising a zinc core encased in a small, cementitious shell, are installed within repair sites to prevent incipient anodes developing, or outside repaired sites to protect the reinforcement in chloride-infused concrete.
TSXVENTURE:NOU)(OTCQB:NMGRF)(FRANKFURT:NM9), a company involved in the emerging North American graphite and anode material for lithium-ion battery markets, has signed a non-binding letter of intent with Hunan Zhongke Shinzoom Co.
Dense, pinhole-free and uniform structure that is more durable than plated mesh anodes
The SPL-SandAnode is one of MATCOR's SPL[TM] Anode Series, a complete line of flexible impressed current linear anodes utilizing MMO anode technology to support a broad range of cathodic protection applications.
Iwata, "Characteristics of Slurry Coated Nickel Zirconia Cermet Anodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell," Journal of Electrochem.
12 April 2016 - US-based municipal water treatment company Evoqua Water Technologies has completed the acquisition of privately held Dutch anodes manufacturer Magneto Special Anodes B.
When this occurs the potential of the fuel starved anodes will increase until they reach a level at which a reaction can occur that will provide the protons to support the current being drawn.
CURRENT FLOWS THROUGH a diode from the anode to the cathode; it will pass current only when the potential on the anode is greater than the potential on the cathode.
The company offers same day shipping, low prices and the largest selection of Mil-Spec quality zinc, aluminum and magnesium anodes available anywhere.
Silicon anodes could store 10 times more charge than the graphite anodes in today's rechargeable lithium-ion batteries.
While a couple of challenges remain, this design brings us closer to using silicon anodes in smaller, lighter and more powerful batteries for products like cell phones, tablets and electric cars," lead researcher Yi Cui, an associate professor at Stanford University and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, said.
Infinium said that its Pure Oxygen Anodes separates the metal production chamber from anode gases.
The tank will be fitted with copper and ferrous anodes which are fed with an electrical current from a control panel.
The result is a graphene anode material that can be charged or discharged 10 times faster than conventional graphite anodes in lithiumion batteries.
Existing lithium-ion batteries rely on anodes made from graphite, a form of carbon.