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anodic

[ə′näd·ik]
(physics)
Pertaining to the anode.
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The third anodic peak, [sup.zero][E.sub.a3], corresponds to the oxidation of sulphite ions to sulphate ions.
The voltammograms of the metal complex at different scan rates expressed that with the increase of scan rate the peak currents for both cathodic and anodic peaks increases.
The metallographic researches of the anodic coatings structures have shown that at the arc current of 350 A (see Fig.
However, systematic results regarding tribological behavior of anodic layers are scarce and extensive experimental work is still to come on this matter.
Owing to this porosity, anodic oxide layer is very beneficial for tribological application as they can be used as a reservoir for lubricants to form self-lubricating structures [911].
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In the last few decades, the porous anodic aluminum oxide (AAO) films have attracted much attention for the fabrication of nanostructured materials.
The 'anodic' powder coat alternative, by contrast, provides a consistent colour, shade and reflective appearance, making it easier to match sheet and extrusion on site.
The oxidation of the dimer is responsible for the appearance of an oxidation peak at lower anodic potentials with respect to the main oxidation process [1, 4].
Let us note that reaction (6), contrary to reaction (5), is written in anodic format.