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Synonyms for anodic

of or at or relating to an anode



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The pH dependence of the second anodic peak (equation 6) matches the experimentally observed slope for the reaction.
However, the peak currents for both the anodic and cathodic peaks in the voltammogram of the complex are remarkably lower than that of metal salt.
1) it is observed that Cu2+ solution is electroactive as it gives two cathodic and two anodic peaks.
The anodic layer in titanium alloys is constituted by stable anatase, brokite or rutile oxides.
The anodic oxide layer has porous structure and mainly consists of amorphous [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] [6-8].
- Anodic (Type) Competitor Revenue Share (in %) in the US: 2019 & 2025
"Bulgaria gives 16% of the anodic copper, 8% of refined copper, 6% of lead and 4% of zinc produced throughout the European Union," said Anton Petrov, chairman of the Bulgarian Association of Metallurgical Industry (BAMI).
Any cracking or separation of the glass and the epoxy in the laminate can lead to conductive anodic filament (CAF) failures.
'Anodic' finishes continue to gain popularity with specifiers for architectural metalwork on new and refurbishment projects.
Apparently a chemical in the rubber tube stopper interferes with the accuracy of the Anodic Stripping Voltammetry testing methodology, which is used in Magellan Diagnostics' LeadCare Testing Systems.
Oxidation of NADH occurs at high anodic overpotentials employing the most common electrode materials (i.e., glassy carbon and graphite) and implies the transfer of 2 electrons and one proton and the formation of NA[D.sup.+] molecule, which is reduced at high cathodic overpotentials for regenerating NADH molecule [1-3].
Appleby used volts as a measurement unit; the parameter was linked to the potential at which, according to anodic cyclic voltammetry, formation of oxygen-containing particles is started.