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Antonyms for cathode

a negatively charged electrode that is the source of electrons entering an electrical device

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

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R&D Investments Encouraging Sales of Lithium-Ion Battery Cathode
Shakouri said Iran can reach a target of 450,000 tons of copper cathode production in a near future if concentrate production keeps increasing at the current pace.
The team is tuning this process so that it can be used to recycle any type of cathode materials used in lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries.
The joint ventures will produce 4,600 tons each of precursors and cathodes by the second half of 2020.
Based on the results (Figure 5), treating the BOx electrode with NaOH led to enhanced air breathing cathode performance.
The cathode material is made of a mixture of lanthanum strontium cobalt ferrite (LSCF) and samarium-doped ceria (SDC).
Coprecipitation method is a useful preparation process for the industrial production of cathode materials.
GDE1 was assembled alternately at the cathode and at the anode side producing such a MEA assembly: GDE1// Membrane//Ref.; the same setup was realized with GDE2 (GDE2//Membrane//Ref.).
Figure 3 illustrates the chemical elements that comprise the cathode, namely, La, Sr, Co, and Fe.
In field emission, electron emission happens when the tip bias voltage of cathode emitters is sufficiently large for electrons in the vicinity of Femi-level to tunnel through the barrier.
The solubility of a NiO cathode in MCFC electrolyte is one of the major technical obstacles to the commercialization of such a fuel cell.
today announced that it has successfully developed a cathode material for lithium iron phosphate rechargeable batteries.
In the OR process as a front end process of pyroprocessing, the used oxide fuel contained in a permeable cathode basket is electrochemically reduced to metal in molten [Li.sub.2]O-LiCl salt at 650[degrees]C (M[O.sup.2] + 4[e.sup.-] [right arrow] M + 2[O.sup.2-]).
The cathode material widely used in LIBs is lithium and cobalt oxide, LiCo[O.sub.2] [1-3, 5].
The catalyst is used as a cathode electrode in a solar photochemical electrolysis cell to split water into hydrogen (at a cathode) and oxygen (at an anode) using sunlight.