cathode layers

cathode layers

[′kath‚ōd ‚lā·ərz]
(electronics)
One or more faint layers next to, and on the anode side of, the Aston dark space in a glow-discharge tube.
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We found that the nanotube and the cathode layers were sticking very well, but if the separator was not mechanically stable, they would peel off the substrate.
Since the cathode layers are made of a conductive polymer, the devices do not contain oxygen molecules.