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anodize

[′an·ə‚dīz]
(metallurgy)
To form a decorative or protective passive film on a metal part by making it the anode of a cell and applying electric current.

anodize

To provide a hard, noncorrosive, electrolytic, oxide film on the surface of a metal, particularly aluminum, by electrolytic action.
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"[We produce] anodised aluminium that is either naturally anodised or colour anodised," he noted.
The mass of the anodised substrates of 5 mm x 5 mm in area before being subjected to dissolution process was recorded.
Inside, the sports steering wheel has anodised chrome spokes and is trimmed with perforated leather, as are the gear knob and handbrake grip.
In an interesting turn more recently, the powder coat industry has introduced 'anodic' finishes to mimic anodised finishes.
A compressed, cigar-like volume clad in sleek, anodised aluminium panels is crowned at one end by a sharply truncated cylinder.
Natural anodised aluminium is a robust, attractive finish, however 'coloured anodising' e.g.
Automatic dosing stations are provided for metered dosing of chemicals into several of the tanks, the quantity being worked out automatically according to the amount of surface area to be anodised on each flight bar.