anode corrosion

anode corrosion

[′a‚nōd kə′rō·zhən]
(metallurgy)
The disintegration of a metal acting as an anode.
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Chemical polarization results from a thick film forming on the anodes, which results in poor anode corrosion.
Anode corrosion appeared to be much faster with this type of bath, and to combat this effect the lead/tin anode was introduced.