anode metal

anode metal

[′a‚nōd ‚med·əl]
(metallurgy)
The metal used as anode in an electroplating process.
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In accordance with the proposed new engineering approach to approximate calculated energy estimates and electrical erosion in large metal electrodes in the HVCAS of atmospheric pressure, performing switching in a discharge circuit of the HVES with powerful CSE, only necessary data on the electrical and thermal characteristics of the anode metal and its cathode TES averaged conductivity [[gamma].sub.c] of low-temperature plasma in a channel of the air spark discharge between the electrodes of the HVCAS ATP of pulsed discharge current [i.sub.d](t) in high-current circuit of the HVES with CSE.
The combination of the dental metal andthe anode metal is then immersed in functional water.
Aluminumwas used as sacrificial anode metals. Each sacrificial anode plate (5 mm x 5 mm x1 mm) wasattached to the dental metal by using a polypropylene clip andthen the component was immersed in the solution for 7 days.
Alumi- num was used as sacrificial anode metals. For metal components of dentures and dental implants nickel titanium is widely used.
- The timing belt is made of special durable materials, and sacrificial anode metal in the coolant pathway helps prevent corrosion.
If the metal dissolves with difficulty because it is very pure, alloying additions to the anode metal are feasible to aid smooth or levelled dissolution (eg.
(It should be remembered that buying metal as a salt to be dissolved in solution is cheaper than buying anode metal although the latter is cheaper and easier to use).