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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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Firstly, the metal is cleaned using cathodically generated hydrogen, which removes the aggressive surface foulant characteristic of ALWC.
Hence on steel that is not cathodically protected the weld-beads automatically become more active (more anodic) than the adjacent metal surfaces and subsequently become the first point of attack by corrosion in very humid or marine atmospheres.
Given that bicarbonate and hydroxyl ions react very rapidly and quantitatively to produce carbonate ion, any bicarbonate very near a cathode will be rapidly converted to carbonate ion and cathodically localized carbonate concentration will rise and approach 10,000 ppm or more.
Chalcopyrite was protected cathodically, facilitating selective leaching of nickel in the order followed by copper.
Soil issues include soil resistivity and chemistry, and proximity to other structures, including cathodically protected structures and utilities.
micro-void coalescence, transgranular and/or intergranular (IG) separations) is correlated with the measured acoustic emission (AE) generated during testing of DCB specimens, sensitized and cathodically charged with hydrogen.
11,12) The test consists of three steps: (1) an EIS curve is run to establish the initial condition of the coating; (2) the sample is cathodically polarized to generate an alkaline environment and stimulate delamination; and (3) an EIS curve is run to assess the condition of the coating after delamination.
3+] saturation, there is no transferrin isoform cathodically next to asialotransferrin.
Although the tanks are double-walled, have a working automatic tank monitoring system, and are cathodically protected, the tanks are still not impervious to leaks.
must be constructed of fiberglass-reinforced plastic; steel that has been cathodically protected; or in the case of tanks only, a steel-fiberglass reinforced plastic composite).
They are cathodically protected to prevent external oxidation, and except for about 6 miles of slack flow, internal wear is minimal.
This failure, however, did not result in rusting or undercutting because the inorganic zinc primer protected the panel's scribed area cathodically.
Adhesives for bonding cathodically protected rubber to metal devices
Limited Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Di-Electric Fittings To Electrically Isolate Pt And Hpu/Motorized Valve From Cathodically Protected Pipeline For Jlpl Installations.
The conflict surrounding NACE SP0169 (2) with respect to how cathodically polarized potentials should be measured is an example of how our profession can improve.