bare electrode

bare electrode

[′ber i′lek‚trōd]
(metallurgy)
An uncoated electrode used in submerged arc automatic welding with a gas-shielded arc or a granular flux deposited in an elongated mound over a joint.
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Protein Electrons transport in the bare electrode surface is very slow; therefore peak redox proteins are usually not visible.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Welding Bare Electrodes
The electron transfer of the proteins, at the bare electrodes, is very slow so that the redox peak of proteins can usually not be observed [8].
Figure 5 compares the polarization curves of PAP-, HPP-, TAP-, HCP-coated, and bare electrodes.
5 and Table 2, it could be seen that the PAP, HPP, and TAP-coated electrodes had lower current densities and much higher inhibition efficiency compared to HCP-coated and bare electrodes, suggesting the former three polysilsesquioxane coatings had better corrosion inhibiting function than HCl-catalyzed polysilsesquioxane coating.