anticathode definition

• noun:
• An electrode that's the target in a cathode-ray pipe, particularly in an x-ray pipe.
• the exact opposite of a cathode, an anode.
• the prospective at which electrons through the cathode in a CRT or x-ray tube are directed.
• The section of vacuum pressure tube opposite the cathode. Upon it the cathode rays impinge.
• The dish, often of platinum, put opposite the cathode in a vacuum-tube, which the cathode rays, or channels of electrified particles, impinge and thus produce the Röntgen rays.
• An electrode that's the target in a cathode-ray pipe, particularly in an x-ray tube.
• the contrary of a cathode, an anode.
• the prospective from which electrons through the cathode in a CRT or x-ray tube tend to be directed.
• The part of vacuum pressure tube opposite the cathode. Upon it the cathode rays impinge.
• The dish, often of platinum, put opposite the cathode in a vacuum-tube, on which the cathode rays, or channels of electrified particles, impinge and therefore create the Röntgen rays.

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