negative pole


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negative pole

[′neg·əd·iv ′pōl]
(electromagnetism)
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The closer a module is to the negative pole, the greater is the number of cells with an elevated temperature.
Symmetrically, antiutopia can be defined as a reverse dual system, in which the negative pole belongs to a nightmarish elsewhere or elsewhen, the "here" and the "now" appearing, by contrast, as a positive, albeit imperfect pole, which is, in any case, preferable to the other pole.
The origin of the measurement result coordinate was set at the central position of the positive pole and the negative pole. The sensors and wireless nodes were arrayed along the direction perpendicular to the transmission lines with the separation from the origin at -12 m, -10 m, -8 m, -7 m, -6 m, -5 m, -4 m, -3 m, 0 m, 3 m, 4 m, 5 m, 6 m, 7 m, 8 m, and 10 m.
The corrosive effect on the esophagus of a lodged button battery is caused by the generation of an external electrolytic current that hydrolyzes tissue fluids and produces hydroxide at the battery's negative pole (the anode).
It is generated by a dipole with its positive pole at the cornea and its negative pole at the retina.
In the proaqua electrolytical cell, a low voltage DC current creates a positive electrical pole (anode) and a negative pole (cathode).
In this sense, it is worth highlighting the combination of Agreeableness and Conscientiousness of the Big Five model (Costa & McCrae, 1992) which contributes to the negative pole of Eysenck's Psychoticism factor (Eysenck, 1991; 1992, a, b; Markon, Krueger & Watson, 2005).
In the chamber bottom water-cooled bottom plate was placed, which was connected to negative pole of the power source.
In addition, studies indicate that (1) regenerating axons are attracted to an electric field cathode (i.e., negative pole of applied field), and (2) such a field may alter neuron-supporting glial-cell density and organization within the injury scar in a fashion that is less inhibitory to regeneration.
The strange that haunts the familiar appears in these stories as danger lurking just beyond the characters' comprehension, as the negative pole of the apparent normalcy with which each tale begins, and which each protagonist ultimately desires.