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- adj. Relating to an anode.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Proceeding upward; ascending.
- Styptic; anastaltic: applied to medicines.
- Of or pertaining to the anode.
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- adj. of or at or relating to an anode
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AirGenerate claims the refillable tube will keep particles from breaking off into the tank as the anodic material disintegrates.
Stark demonstrated the direct effect of electric fields on the emission of light, by exposing beams of atoms ( "anodic rays", consisting of atoms or molecules) to strong electric fields.
The impurities accompanying the synthetic tannin, _i. e._, salts, free sulphuric acid, and some phenols, migrated anodic and cathodic respectively, according to their charges.
The author's investigations of the electro-osmosis of an aqueous solution of Neradol D [Footnote: _Collegium_, 1920, 597, 24.] proved that dicresylmethanedisulphonic acid exhibits anodic migration; hence this product possesses negative charge and acidic character.
Alcoa ACM panels in a brushed aluminum finish were used for the exterior walls and an anodic clear finish of the Reynobond material was used for the soffits of the building.
Both systems offer unique high-force bonding capabilities that would enable metal-to-metal bonding and specifically allow triple stack anodic bonding, for instance.
The flexibility in force, as well as bonding form (e.g., anodic, eutectic, polymer, thermo-compression, and direct) that the systems offer will expand the research facility's processing capabilities.
Capable of withstanding extreme environments, the Amphe-Ex connectors feature machined aluminium components plated with a hard anodic coating for resistance to heat, corrosion and scratching.
The Amphe-EX connectors feature machined aluminium components plated with a hard anodic coating for superior resistance to heat, corrosion and scratching - this enables the connectors to withstand extreme environments.
Electrostatic nanocapacitors formed in nanoporous anodic aluminum oxide (darker yellow) film by sequential atomic layer deposition of metal (blue), insulator (yellow), and metal.