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- adj. Proceeding from a nerve centre; efferent
- adj. Of or pertaining to a cathode
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. A term applied to the centrifugal, or efferent, course of the nervous influence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Proceeding downward: applied to the efferent course of action of the nervous influence. G. S. Hall. Also spelled kathodic.
- Of or pertaining to the cathode: as, the cathodic discharge in a vacuum-tube. Also spelled kathodic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or at or pertaining to a cathode
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They're also protected from corrosion and tested regularly using a specialized process known as cathodic protection, he said.
The system, called cathodic protection, keeps rust from forming and corroding the metal walls.
Seems the electrical field from the lines penetrates past the six feet of earth protecting the pipelines and accelerates the cathodic erosion of the steel pipelines.
Lenard had already been acknowledged the year before (1905) for elucidating other interesting properties of the cathodic rays, such as their ability to penetrate thin metal foils and produce fluorescence.
The plan should also include a schedule for the prompt proposal of regulations for adequate corrosion control of hazardous liquid and natural gas pipelines, including cathodic protection.
· For trainees to become aware of the proper cathodic protection for boats in salt water
Especially the first stage of the electro-osmosis produces a cathodic migration of the phenols, which may then be detected at a cathode by means of the iron and bromine reactions.
The impurities accompanying the synthetic tannin, _i. e._, salts, free sulphuric acid, and some phenols, migrated anodic and cathodic respectively, according to their charges.
We also spent $58,179 primarily to install a cathodic protection system at our Waxahachie system, which will lengthen the expected life of the system.
Corrpro Companies, Inc., a subsidiary of Insituform Technologies, Inc., is the leading provider of cathodic protection systems and engineering services in North America and also has operations in Europe and the Middle East.