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Antonyms for anode

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 formally adsorbed hydrogen (even in the form of hydroxide species) is anodically oxidized according to the reversed equation (1).
2 shows the cyclic voltammograms for 20 [micro]mol [L.sup.-1] AML and 50 [micro]mol [L.sup.-1] ATOR in BR buffer solution (pH 4.0) on the anodically pretreated BDD electrode at the scan rate of 40 mV s-1.
The Tafel curves were recorded by polarizing the specimen to -250 mV cathodically and +250 mV anodically with respect to the OCP at a scan rate of 1 mV [s.sup.-1].
This is because Si nanoparticles were anodically dissolved from the film, and the Si was kept in a film of water in its ionic state ([Si.sup.n+]) and consumed the oxygen in a cathodic reaction.
The contract involves the design and fabrication of drying and interpass anodically protected sulphuric acid coolers.
Apatite deposition on thermally and anodically oxidized titanium surfaces in a simulated body fluid.
However, compared to the deposited ones, the anodically or thermally grown oxide nanofilms are more effectual in terms of adhesion and electric insulation, due to their layer's continuity with the crystalline structure of the metal electrode and their low pinhole density.
It is known, that during the contact of two different metals, causing galvanic coupling, the metal with lower corrosion potential anodically melts (corroded).
Venturo, An electrochemical impedance investigation of the behavior of anodically oxidized titanium in human plasma and cognate fluids, relavant to dental applications, J Mater Sci: Mater Med, 19, p 3443-3453, 2008
The uptake of the metal cations is greater in the case of anodically oxidized and partially re-reduced carbon fibres, since this procedure leads to the formation of functional groups not only on the carbon surface, as in the case of thermal or photochemical oxidation, but also in the bulk of the fibres.
Working electrodes: A mild stainless steel exposed surface area 1.4 cm2 was used as a base substrate for the electro-deposition of lead dioxide and cerium-oxide films anodically.
Sterilisation is then achieved using anodically generated chlorine, a known biocide.
The homopolymer PVdF is highly anodically stable owing to its strong electron with drawing functional groups (--C--F) and high dielectric constant ([epsilon] = 8.4).
consists of titanium oxide that is applied anodically with a specialized rectifier.