anode corrosion

anode corrosion

[′a‚nōd kə′rō·zhən]
(metallurgy)
The disintegration of a metal acting as an anode.
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Owing to this modified structure, anode corrosion and byproduct accumulation were suppressed, which resulted in longer battery lifetime.
Chemical polarization results from a thick film forming on the anodes, which results in poor anode corrosion.