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  • n. Plural form of electrode.


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  • As yet, when I bring them together, we have no power, because the conveyers—what we call the electrodes—the passages or ways for the electricity—are stopped; but now Mr. Anderson by that [referring to a sudden flash at the ends of the wires] has given me a telegram to say that it is ready.

    The Chemical History of a Candle

  • Brain electrodes as depression treatment - Boing Boing

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  • A flat chip of oxidized silicon covered with a complicated array of metal electrodes is the image sensor at the heart of the solid state video camera built by Bell Lab engineers.

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  • For example, the material currently used for the electrolyte sandwiched between the electrodes is expensive.

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  • Most batteries stores energy in electrodes made of bulky carbon or metal.

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  • Electric Miracles: An Ohio man has been cured of his Tourette's Syndrome thanks to implanted brain electrodes:


  • Two or three carbon "electrodes" -- 18-in. cylinders of specially prepared coke or graphite -- extend through holes in the roof.

    The Working of Steel Annealing, Heat Treating and Hardening of Carbon and Alloy Steel

  • They measured the flow of electricity when they sandwich a sample of biological tissue, such as a frog's leg, between two pieces of metal "electrodes" - one made of zinc, the other of copper. - Home Page

  • The carpet’s intelligence is derived from a layer of silicone rubber with built-in electrodes that measure the changes in electrical resistance and current flow caused by someone walking across it.

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  • The carpet’s intelligence is derived from a layer of silicone rubber with built-in electrodes [...]

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