anod, anodau, hanod, hanodau
Noun(1) a positively charged electrode by which electrons leave an electrical device(2) the negatively charged terminal of a voltaic cell or storage battery that supplies current
(1) The fuel cell also needs moisture in the electrolyte as well as water at the anode to control the supply of methanol.(2) Because electrons originate at the anode in a voltaic cell, the anode has a (-) charge; electrons enter the cathode, which has a (+) charge.(3) Oxygen enters at the cathode, where it combines with electrons and is split into ions that travel through the electrolyte to react with fuel at the anode .(4) One is a photosensitive cathode which emits electrons when exposed to light and the other is an anode which is maintained at a positive voltage with respect to the cathode.(5) Current can only flow from the anode to the cathode, but not the other direction.(6) Meanwhile, copper atoms in the positive anode give up electrons and dissolve into the electrolyte solution as copper ions.(7) At one electrode, the anode , molecules of hydrogen gas break down into electrons and positively charged hydrogen ions.(8) As soon as the circuit of the lead storage battery cell is closed and the cathode and anode are connected, the reaction begins and electrons flow from the anode to the cathode.(9) Loci and alleles were numbered consecutively from the most anodal form.(10) Such corrosion occurs when the heavy metal, the heavy metal basic salts or both plate out to form active cathodes on the anodic magnesium surface.(11) The rods serve as negative electrodes, or anodes , and the tube serves as a positive electrode, or cathode.(12) After each hour, the current was interrupted, and the entire contents of anodal and cathodal chamber were withdrawn and replaced by fresh receiver solution.(13) Although the actual chemical reactions taking place within a battery are very complex, the major cathodic and anodic reactions can be idealized based on a knowledge of the parts of a battery and their electrochemical function.(14) Gaseous hydrogen and oxygen flow separately around either side of two electrolytic plates serving as anodes and cathodes.(15) Allozymes of an isozyme were designated as either fast or slow, with the most anodal designated as fast and the slower allozyme as slow.(16) Cathodal and anodal shock electrodes (denoted as C and A) were located at fiber ends.
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