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  • n. Plural form of cathode.

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Examples

  • "It can buy concentrates, which ties up a lot of capital in a high-price environment; scrap, which has come to an end because the LME-Shanghai arbitrage hasn't worked favorably since May 2009; and it can buy cathodes, which is relatively easy," he said.

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  • Escondida produces copper in the form of concentrate and large metal sheets called cathodes.

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  • The Tuticorin copper smelter has capacity to produce 400,000 tons of copper cathodes a year and it employs around 3,000 people.

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  • He points to Magnus, a scientist whose specialty is in cathodes and radar, who trained four years for a mere four-month station stay.

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  • You'll also need station attendants, and pay for the real estate (that's a lot of real estate for 10-15 cars), plus maintenance, plus replacing the anodes and cathodes regularly (platinum is pricey), plus profit, etc.

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  • Paranapanema is the sole producer of cathodes with London Metals Exchange certificates in Brazil.

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  • A later MMS probe revealed that Stone had failed to do annual checkups of cathodes designed to combat pipeline corrosion and had not done vital maintenance even after being ordered by regulators to do so.

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  • I don't feel the skeletal catalyst used by Mill's is just coincidently composed of Casimir cavities like the Haisch Moddel patent proposes, other catalysts such as Pd and Pd nanopowders (Arata), tungsten cathodes or cathodes formed through dual deposition like the LENR experiments of SPAWAR are also noted for their high surface area indicative of Casimir geometry.

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  • There are a few very specific instances where nano-engineering has resulted in improved performance LiFePO4 cathodes, Li4Ti5O12 anodes, but generally it causes more problems than it solves.

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  • These include developing nonflammable electrolytes, new cathodes that don't have this reaction, and new ways of letting the battery not overcharge.

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