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anodic

[ə′näd·ik]
(physics)
Pertaining to the anode.
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coral] corrosion current density (icon), corrosion rate (CR), anodic and cathodic slopes ([b.
Technologic process of anodic oxidation in real objects is in the most of cases very dynamic and stochastic process.
Sanford started looking at why anodic coatings fail in the field.
This implied that the anodic dissolution reaction of the Ni-P coating was restrained, which effectively decreased the corrosion sensibility of the coated sample in NaCl solution.
Conventional bonding methods such as fusion bonding and anodic bonding generate large amounts of heat, which can cause damage with sensitive components.
The topics include analyzing the mineralogical component of palm oil fuel ash with or without unburned carbon, the effect of different gloss firing temperature on the crystallization of zinc-based crystal glaze, forming a titanium carbide reinforced copper matrix composite by an in situ process, synthetic hydrotalcite prepared from a modified combustion method using glucose as fuel, the formation and mechanistic study of self-ordering zirconium oxide nanotubes by anodic oxidation, and the characterization and phase evolution of cordierite based glass synthesis from pure oxide and minerals.
The compact design is made with quality aluminum alloy with anodic treatment which is totally made in Taiwan, is extremely durable with high quality performance.
Their topics include developing anodic aluminum oxide based micro-channel plates for large-area photo-detector, fabricating photovoltaic devices using novel organic polymer/nanostructure blends, titanium dioxide nanotubes decorated with nanoparticles for dye sensitized solar cells, evaluating graphene and graphene derivatives for sensing based on radio-frequency impedance, noise mitigation techniques for piezo-resistive sensor systems based on carbon nanotubes.
The anodic region of both cyclic voltammograms shows two peaks.
As mentioned last month in the introduction to this series (CoetingsTech, p 52, September 2011), there are two different electrodeposition processes: anodic electro-deposition (AED) and cathodic electrodeposition (CED).
Metals such as gold, platinum, and silver are suitable for anodic oxidation of hydrazine, but they are not cost-effective in industry due to the economic limitations," he added.