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positive pole

[′päz·əd·iv ′pōl]
(astronomy)
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After one year of operation, the neutral point of voltage in the module string moved forward to the positive pole. The potential difference between the ground and cells in module 9 evolved from the negative to positive.
In its upper part water-cooled electrode assembly with copper electrode-anode was installed on the insulator (Figure 4), which was connected to positive pole of power source.
In the works of the new decade, Lawrence "learned [according to Michelucci] to turn the polarity known/unknown on its head, finding the positive pole in the unknown ..." (56).
It is suitable for applications where the capacitor is permanently connected to the positive pole without extra safety measures as occurs with automotive electronic circuits connected to terminal 15 or 30, for example.
The circuit is completed when a positive pole cable is clamped to the item being cleaned.
Tectonic magnets have a positive pole on one side and a negative pole on the other.
[4] A current of 2 milliamperes from the positive pole of a dry cell connected to the terminals marked "dry cell main dial" enters the tap wire attached to the point 18 on the manganin wire and flows to the right or the left through the manganin wire, or back to the cell without entering the manganin wire, according to the position of the slider S.
The Electrooculography system reflects the human eyes as electric dipoles, in view of positive pole at the cornea and its negative pole at the retina, assuming a stable Corneo-Retinal potential change, the eye is the origin of a steady electric potential field.
The wheel becomes the positive pole by a brush smoothly contacting its surface.

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