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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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20 ( ANI ): Researchers have fabricated a cathode (positive electrode) of lithium cobalt oxide (LiCoO2) in which the compound's individual grains are aligned in a specific orientation, which they claim yields a significantly higher-performing battery than one with a randomly-oriented LiCoO2 cathode.
He added that copper cathodes were always in demand in the global market.
OFTEN, IN AN EFFORT to increase throughput, anode/ cathode spacing is reduced and plating uniformity suffers.
The values of electric resistivity of the experimentally achieved cathodes at room temperature are indicated in table 2.
In this case, the wires served as the battery's positive electrode, or cathode, and the researchers used lithium on the other side of the film as the anode.
Hence the name of oxide cathodes, which they received early 1990s--self-sintering thermo-chemical cathodes [1].
Unique, proprietary features in nanopowder handling enables the production of air cathodes in small test sample sizes up to continuous production capability using the same apparatus, thereby enabling battery manufacturer's R&D facilities to accomplish complex experimental designs related to gas electrode development while enhancing scale-up capability of resulting designs," said QuantumSphere.
ATL) that will expand the use of Nickel-Manganese-Cobalt (NMC) cathode materials in lithium ion batteries.
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Defense Sciences Office (DARPA-DSO), the 18-month project seeks to demonstrate the use of propellant-less cathodes with Hall effect thrusters.
The cathode is a pressed-sintered disc, consisting in Ti dioxide powder.
Oxide cathodes of that time represented a mixture of oxides of such alkaline-earth metals as calcium, strontium and barium.
Whether powering a gadget or a car, nickel ions in the cathodes of such batteries each capture one electron arriving from the anode.
3M's expertise and broad materials capabilities in cathodes, metal alloy anodes, electrolyte salts, solvents, and additives can enable the next generation of high-performance lithium ion batteries.
Cathodes made of the new material could drop the price of small lithium-ion batteries, says electrochemist George Blomgren of Blomgren Consulting Services in Lakewood, Ohio.
The technology adjusts the output of the cathodes by monitoring the emission current from each cathode in real time.