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negative electrode

[′neg·əd·iv i′lek‚trōd]
(electronics)
(electricity)
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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.
Also, in case of XLPE, some XLPE particles are not deflected to negative electrode and behave similarly to PVC.
"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.
Lithium-ion batteries consist of a carbon-based negative electrode and a lithium transition metal oxide positive electrode (such as lithium cobalt oxide, to avoid the danger of using metallic lithium).
During sweat stimulation, a variety of chemicals are used at the negative electrode to complete the circuit during iontophoresis.
Charged flakes go to a conveyor belt with a negative electrode above it.
Ritter also passed a current through a solution of copper sulfate, and copper appeared on the negative electrode. (This was one of the two metal rods sticking into the solution, the other being the positive electrode.) This was the beginning of electro-plating.
For example, alkaline manganese batteries use zinc powder as the negative electrode. Without a minute amount of mercury to act as a stabilizer, the powder would react with other components in the battery, causing internal corrosion, leakage and loss of performance.
In a lithium ion capacitor, the negative electrode (intercalating and deintercalating) is predoped with lithium metal (lithium metal foil or lithium powder).
Yoshinaga, "Flake Cu-Sn alloys as negative electrode materials for rechargeable lithium batteries," Journal of the Electrochemical Society, vol.