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negative electrode

[′neg·əd·iv i′lek‚trōd]
(electronics)
(electricity)
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3a, which is the spectrum from the negative electrode after a 10 s deposition.
As the reactivity of the active material of the negative electrode of conventional nickel-cadmium batteries is reduced at low temperatures, charging/discharging under 0 deg C was difficult with the previous products*3.
Here, an emissive layer is sandwiched between an n-type layer and a p-type layer, with the positive electrode connected to the p-type layer and the negative electrode connected to the n-type layer.
The negative electrodes were held next to the pelvic plexus nerves.
9 signify moving direction from the center to the negative electrode and the positive electrode, respectively.
The technique called pre-doping enables occlusion of large amount of Li-ion on the negative electrode in this new capacitor, which helps boost the capacity of the negative electrode, and increases the electrical potential difference, thereby making achievement of high voltage possible without deterioration in positive electrode performance," said Subaru.
What is used under the negative electrode (not the positive pilocarpine electrode) during iontophoresis?
Zhao and colleagues found that when the cells were in an electric field, the positively-charged polyamines tend to accumulate at the side of the cell near the negative electrode.
A typical lead-acid battery contains pure lead, which acts as the negative electrode, and lead dioxide, which acts as the positive electrode.
The firm makes lead carbon batteries, a type of battery that substitutes the leaden negative electrode for one made of activated carbon.
At the battery's negative electrode, colonies of wired microbes cling to carbon filaments that serve as efficient electrical conductors.
The reason of breakage is due to the low strength of platinum used on the negative electrode, and especially its extremely low creep strength under high temperatures.