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The half of a battery that is positively charged and to which anions migrate by electrostatic attraction. Half of an electrolytic corrosion cell in metal is called the "anode," from which me [..]
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The electrode at which oxidation occurs in a cell. Anions migrate to the anode.
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1834, coined from Greek anodos "way up," from ana "up" (see ana-) + hodos "way" (see cede). Proposed by the Rev. William Whewell (1794-1866), English polymath, and publis [..]
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An anode is the pole or terminal from which current flows in a direct current electrical circuit. In an electrical cell or battery(such as a flashlight battery), the anode is recognized as the negative terminal. When a completed circuit exists (as when you turn on the flashlight), electrical current flows from the negative terminal (the anode) thro [..]
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A rectangular plate of metal cast in a shape suitable for refining by the electrolytic process.
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n. The point where or path by which a voltaic current enters an electrolyte or the like.
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An electrode through which electric current flows into a polarized electrical device
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An anode is the electrode where oxidation reactions take place. Anodes are positively charged and attract anions and expel electrons.
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In corrosion protection, a formed metal-usually zinc, aluminum, or magnesium-buried near and connected to a structure of lesser galvanic potential such that the metal corrodes in favor of the structur [..]
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The negative terminal of a battery.
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A site in electrolysis where metal goes into solution as a cation leaving behind an equivalent of electrons to be transferred to an opposite electrode, called a cathode.
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A site in electrolysis where metal goes into solution as a cation leaving behind an equivalent of electrons to be transferred to an opposite electrode, called a cathode.
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The positive pole or electrode of an electrolytic cell; anodes are attached to steel pipelines to prevent corrosion.
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[noun] A positively charged terminal in an electrical cell. Appears in modules:
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(1) The positive electrode of an electric cell. (2) The positive electrode or plate of an electronic tube. (3) "The electron-poor electrode.
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(n) a positively charged electrode by which electrons leave an electrical device(n) the negatively charged terminal of a voltaic cell or storage battery that supplies current
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Ocean Networks Canada uses a telecom fibre optic cable. These cables have only one power conductor and are designed to use the sea water as the other conductor. The seawater conductor path in VENUS co [..]
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 - 1) The positive electrode that emits positive ions and attracts negative ions, within a voltaic cell or other such device. 2) The positive pole of a battery.
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The Anode is the positive electrode to form an electric field.  
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The electrode in an electrochemical cell where oxidation takes place, releasing electrons. During discharge the negative electrode of the cell is the anode. During charge the situation reverses and th [..]
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The fuel electrode in a fuel cell at which oxidation occurs.
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An electrode at which oxidation occurs, producing free electrons that move to the cathode.
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 In a primary or secondary cell, the metal electrode that gives up electrons to the load circuit and dissolves into the electrolyte.
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(Battery) The electrode within a battery cell that undergoes the chemical process of oxidation. Electrically, the anode is the cell's positive terminal. (Water heater) An aluminum or magnesiu [..]
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The electrically positive pole of an electronic device such as a semiconductor. A diode, for instance, has a positive and a negative pole; these are known as the anode and the cathode.
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(1) A positively charged electrode. (2) In a vacuum tube, the anode is the plate that produces the output signal.
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The electrode where electrons are lost (oxidized) in redox reactions.
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the electrode at which oxidation takes place in an electrochemical cell.
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 - During discharge, the negative electrode of the cell is the anode. During charge, that reverses and the positive electrode of the cell is the anode. The anode gives up electrons to the load circui [..]
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The positive terminal of an electrical source. In a corrosion cell, the anode is the electrode that has the greater tendency to go into solution. The point at which corrosion occurs.
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Zinc or aluminium or some such alloy that is fixed to the hull of a vessel. They are “eaten” up by electrical currents moving from the vessel to the water. The anode is sacrificed to protect the m [..]
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A metal, usually zinc in salt water or aluminum in freshwater , affixed to the outside of a vessel intended to erode by galvanic electric current (caused by the immersion of dissimilar metals in water [..]
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An electrolyte carrying a positive charge
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see Sacrificial Anode
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a plate of metal cast in a shape suitable for refining by the electrolytic process.
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The positive pole or electrode of an electrolytic system, such as a battery. The anode attracts negatively charged particles or ions (anions).
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The positive electrode of an electrophoretic system toward which anions migrate.
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The anode
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Crude metal (nickel or copper) obtained from anode smelting and fed for electrolytic refining (electrolysis) whereby it is dissolved.
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n. The element of a semiconductor device that accepts electrons. In a diode, for example, current passes from the anode to the cathode. On a diode, the anode is the terminal not marked by a band.
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<microscopy> The electrode to which a major flow of electrons takes place internally (as in a cathode-ray tube) or to which an external positive voltage supply is connected. (05 Aug 1998)
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1. A positive electrode; the plate of a vacuum tube; the electrode of an electron tube through which a principal stream of electrons leaves the inter-electrode space. 2. The positive electrode of an e [..]
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A positively charged electrode.
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A positive electrode of an electrochemical device (such as a primary or secondary electric cell) toward which the negative ions are drawn. The semiconductor-diode terminal that is positive with respec [..]
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A positive electrode.
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The positive electrode or terminal of a device. The &quot;P&quot; material of a diode.
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The positive electrode or terminal of a device. The “P” material of a diode.
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The electrically positive pole of an electronic device such as a semiconductor. A diode, for instance, has a positive and a negative pole; these are known as the anode and the cathode
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The positive electrode used in electrolysis where metals are collected.
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A positive electrode.
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In electrolysis or electrochemical corrosion, a site where metal goes into solution as a cation leaving behind an equivalent of electrons to be transferred to the opposite electron, called the cathode [..]
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positive electrode. The element of an electronic device that receives the flow of electrons.
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(physics) anode
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An anode is an electrode through which the conventional current enters into a polarized electrical device. This contrasts with a cathode, an electrode through which conventional current leaves an ele [..]
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