anode definition

  • noun:
    • A positively recharged electrode, by an electrolytic cell, storage space battery pack, or electron tube.
    • The negatively charged terminal of a primary cell or of a storage battery pack this is certainly supplying existing.
    • the electrode of an electrochemical cellular where oxidation does occur
    • the electrode by which current flows into a computer device or mobile (the good terminal of an electrolytic cell and/or unfavorable terminal of a galvanic cell)
    • the terminal through which present flows into a diode when current is in the forward path whatever the path the current is actually moving
    • The good pole of an electrical electric battery, or even more purely the electrode where current enters the electrolyte on its way to another pole; -- opposed to cathode.
    • The good pole of a voltaic existing; that pole of which the current enters an electrolytic cell: against cathode, the point where it departs.
    • the negatively recharged terminal of a voltaic mobile or storage electric battery that provides present
    • a positively charged electrode in which electrons leave a power device

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