Anode

An anode is an electrode through which positive electric charge flows into a polarized electrical device. The flow of charge is an electric current. A common mnemonic is ACID for Anode Current Into Device; the key notion is a positive current flows into the device; positive charges are entering the device through the anode. There is a complication...
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anode

Compare with cathode. The electrode at which oxidation occurs in a cell. Anions migrate to the anode.
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Anode

The fundamental positively-charged electrode (negative pole) in a radio valve or radio tube; opposite to cathode. Sometimes referred to as a ‘plate`, especially in a diode.
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Anode

• (n.) The positive pole of an electric battery, or more strictly the electrode by which the current enters the electrolyte on its way to the other pole; -- opposed to cathode.
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anode

<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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anode

(an´ōd) the electrode at which oxidation occurs and to which anions are attracted. adj., ano´dal., adj.
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Anode

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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anode

noun a positively charged electrode by which electrons leave an electrical device
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Anode

An'ode noun [ Greek ... up + ... way.] (Electricity) The positive pole of an electric battery, or more strictly the electrode by which the current enters the electrolyte on its way to the other pole; -- opposed to cathode .
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Anode

A cast, flat fire-refined shape used as the raw material in electrolytic refining. Alternatively the inert positive terminal in electrolysis.
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Anode

A cast, flat fire-refined shape used as the raw material in electrolytic refining. Alternatively the inert positive terminal in electrolysis.
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Anode

A rectangular metal plate with positive charge cast in a shape suitable for refining by the electrolytic process.
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Anode

A rectangular plate of metal cast in a shape suitable for refining by the electrolytic process.
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anode

an accelerating electrode that usually serves both as the output electrode and as the principal collector of electrons
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Anode

An anode is an electrode through which electric current flows into a polarized electrical device.
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Anode

An anode is the principal positive electrode by which the current leaves an electrolyte, electron tube etc.
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anode

an electrode at which high-energy electrons are directed to produce X-radiation
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anode

anode (ăn'ōd) , electrode through which current enters an electric device. In electrolysis, it is the positive electrode in the electrolytic cell.
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anode

anode 1. A positively charged electrode, as of an electrolytic cell, storage battery, or electron tube. 2. The negatively charged terminal of a primary cell or of a storage battery that is supplying current. 3. The electrode or terminal by which current enters an electrolytic cell, voltaic cell, battery, etc. 4. Etymology: coined from Greek anodo...
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anode

by convention, cell electrode at which an oxidation reaction occurs NOTE - The anode is the negative electrode during discharge and the positive electrode during charge.
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anode

electrode capable of emitting positive charge carriers to and/or receiving negative charge carriers from the medium of lower conductivity NOTE 1 - The direction of electric current is from the external circuit, through the anode, to the medium of lower conductivity. NOTE 2 - In some cases (e.g. electrochemical cells), the term 'anode' is applied to...
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Anode

In a cathode ray tube, the positive electrode. Electrode at which oxidation occurs.
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Anode

In a cathode ray tube, the positive electrode. Electrode at which oxidation occurs.
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anode

positive electrode of a d.c. arc plasma torch NOTE 1 - The anode is usually made of a high electrical and thermal conductivity material, such as copper, and water cooled. NOTE 2 - The return current electrode of a transferred plasma torch serves in most cases as the anode. NOTE 3 - In a non-transferred plasma torch, the anode is often the torch noz...
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Anode

The control grid regulates the number of electrons which are allowed to leave the gun of a CRT by using a negative voltage to repel the electrons. Once free of the control grid's influence, the electrons then need to be accelerated down the tube to ensure that they strike the phosphor face-plate lining with sufficient energy to excite the phosphor ...
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