a conducting object by which electricity is conveyed into or from a solution or other non-metallic conducting medium; esp., the ends of the wires or conductors, leading from source of electricity, and terminating in the medium traversed by the current.
An electrically conducting surface that allows electrons to be transferred between reactants in an electrochemical cell.
the point in an electrochemical cell at which reduction or oxidation occurs.
A collector or emitter of an electrical charge. The needle in galvanic electrolysis is the negative electrode or cathode.
A coated metal element which facilitates the emission of electrons to form an arc within a fluorescent lamp.
A terminal that conducts an electrical current between two conducting substances. Electrodes are found at both of the ends of a neon unit.
in hair removal, a conductor through which electricity enters or leaves the body. An electrolysis needle is an electrode.
The electrode is used to start the plasma cutting arc. A high frequency low-amperage current is passed between the electrode and the nozzle, which is seen as the pilot arc. The electrode has a slug of highly conductive (and expensive) rare metal (typically Hafnium or Zirconium) inserted into its end. Each time the pilot arc is struck, a small amount of this rare metal is evaporated. Eventually all or most of this material is evaporated and the pilot arc will not strike. At this point (or earlier if the pilot-arc does not strike consistently) the electrode must be changed.
A bare metalic object connected to an electrical charge, of which a spark may jump from. An electrode can also be suspended in a liquid to make a chemical change in the liquid.
A small metallic disk that rests against the skin in order to pick up the myoelectric signal and send it to the myo electronic circuit.
An electrode is a conductor which dips into an electrolyte and allows the current ( electrons ) to flow to and from the electrolyte.
The terminal at which electricity passes from one medium into another, such as in an electrical cell where the current leaves or returns to the electrolyte.
Compressed graphite or carbon cylinder or rod used to conduct electric current in electric arc furnaces, arc lamps, carbon arc welding, etc.
Any conductor through which an electric current enters or leaves an electrolyte. The casing and central cap of a torch battery are electrodes. The lead plates in a car battery (with dilute sulphuric acid as the electrolyte) are electrodes.
Small cup-like metal discs placed on the scalp with a special paste to record the EEG or evoked potentials, or flexible stick-on discs or felt pads soaked in salt solution used to record the signals produced by stimulation of nerves for nerve conduction studies.
In a spark plug, one electrode (the center electrode) is the center rod passing through the insulator. The side electrode is a rod welded to the shell of the spark plug. The distance between them is the spark gap. In welding it is the metal rod that is used in arc welding.
A medium used between an electric conductor and the object to which the current is to be applied.
Either terminal or an electric source (anode and/or cathode).
Conductors through which current can flow.
This is a conductor which allows an electric current to flow through
The electrode is a length of metal rod or a continuous wire, which conducts the current used to create the electric arc.
Conducting body at which the electrochemical reaction occurs.
These are conductors used to establish electrical contact with the human body or skin. These pads are usually constructed of self-adhesive foam containing wires, foil, and conductive gel or hydro-adhesive materials.
in piezoelectric and similar systems, the means, usually thin metal plates, by which electrical energy is introduced to the faces of the transducer crystals.
a conductor used to make electrical contact with some part of a circuit
a conductor by which an electric current enters or leaves an electrolyte or an electron tube
a conductor that emits or collects electrons
a conductor that enables an electrical current to enter or leave a conducting medium
a conductor used to make electrical contact with a part of an electrical circuit that is metallic
a point at which conduction changes from ionic to electronic
a small conductive device used to establish electrical contact with the body (animal or human)
a terminal, usually in the form of a wire, rod, or plate, through which electric current passes between metallic and nonmetallic parts of an Electric Circuit
A term denoting anode or cathode.
A conductor et the surface of which electron transfer to or from the surrounding solution takes place.
a conductor used to establish electrical arc or contact with non-metallic part of circuit.
conductive element that, via an electric field, emits, captures or controls electrons or ions ( anode and cathode)
A part of the cell where electrochemical processes take place. Anode or cathode.
Conducting body in which active materials are placed and through which current enters or leaves cell.
Electrically conductive element placed in contact with the body tissue to either detect electrical activity of the heart (ECG monitoring) or to deliver electrical energy (defibrillation or pacing).
A conductor through which electrons enter or leave an electrolyte. Batteries and fuel cells have a negative electrode (the anode) and a positive electrode (the cathode).
Electrode: A component for the electrical circuit through which current is conducted to the arc. See anode and cathode
A thin conductor, insulated except at its tip, that is placed either near or inside a nerve cell. It can pick up signals generated by the cell's electrical activity, or can be used to stimulate this activity.
An electrically conductive structure in an electrochemical device, such as a fuel cell, which transfers electrons to or from reactant atoms or molecules. search
A metal filament within or at the end of a powder spray gun used to create air ions at high voltage to produce charged particles (Corona). Electrostatic Charge This is a charge that is carried on the surface of an insulated object such as a powder particle. The charge can be generated by friction or applied by an external field or corona.
A material used in an electrolytic cell to enable the current to enter or leave the solution.
The tool in the EDM process. It must be made from an electrically conductive material. Its form, or shape, is a mirror image of the finished form or shape desired in the workpiece, with its dimensions adjusted to take into account the amount of over "burn" that occurs.
A small patch placed on the skin that conducts electrical signals from the heart to a monitor.
n. A conductor that represents the positive or negative pole of an electric circuit or battery.
Part of the battery where the electrochemical reaction occurs.
An electrical conductor. Electrochemical reactions occur on the surface of an electrode.
A metallic ring used to conduct and direct radiofrequency energy to a specific area. The electrodes are located at the tip of the catheter.
The tool in the electric discharge machining process. It must be made from an electrically conductive material such as copper, brass or graphite. In die-sinking EDM, the electrode's form or shape is generally a mirror image of the finished form or shape desired in the workpiece. In wire-cutting EDM, a continuously spooling wire is used as the electrode.
The site, area, or location at which electrochemical processes take place.
A metal plate or wire for conducting electrons into or out of solutions.
A conductor used to lead current into or out of a nonmetallic part of a circuit.
A conductor through which electrical current enters or leaves. When used to record the electroencephalogram, a small metal disc attached to a wire is usually used.
A device fitted at either end of a tube to allow the electrical discharge within the tube to be connected to an external circuit. When an electrode is connected to the negative pole of a supply, it will emit electrons and is called a cathode. When it is connected to the positive pole of a supply, it will receive electrons and is called an anode.
A coated metal wire having the same composition as the material being welded.
Conducting element within a cell in which an electrochemical reaction occurs. Usually includes active materials plus conductive and supportive elements.
An electrical terminal, e.g. in a spark plug or distributor cap.
A conductor by means of which electricity enters or leaves a medium. Common examples include an anode or cathode.
a conductor used to make contact with a non-conducting part of a circuit
A conductor that is brought in conducting contact with a ground.
A tool used in EDM which mirrors the desired shape. The electrode must be made out of materials that can carry an electric current.
a conductive disk (usually metal) attached to the scalp which conveys the electrical activity of the brain through a wire to an EEG machine. During an electroencephalogram, typically around 20 electrodes are temporarily pasted to the scalp.
1. electrical conductor by which electric current is passed into or out of a liquid or gas; 2. metal rod used for arc welding
An electrical lead or wire attached to any electronic device or circuit through which current may flow in or out.
An electrode is an electric conductor which is usually metal. Two electrodes form the terminals of an electrically condusting medium, thus conducting current through the medium.
An electrical conductor through which an electric current enters or leaves a conducting medium, whether it be an electrolytic solution, solid, molten mass, gas, or vacuum. For electrolytic solutions, many solids, and molten masses, an electrode is an electrical conductor at the surface of which a change occurs from conduction by electrons to conduction by ions. For gases and vacuum, the electrodes merely serve to conduct electricity to and from the medium.
A medium used to apply or record electric current.
A conductor which allows an electric current to flow through it. The anode is the positive electrode and the cathode is the negative electrode.
The conductive attachment to the patient; may be a metal prod, cylinder, plate, soaked cotton, or glass tube.
An anode (+) or cathode (-) conductor on a device through which an electric current passes.
A conductor by which electrical current enters or leaves a non-metallic medium, such as the electrolyte in a battery (as well as vacuum tubes and lots of other devices).
a rod, plate or wire that is used to conduct electric current out of or into any device.
(I) An electronic conductor used to establish electrical contact with an electrolytic part of a circuit. (2) An electronic conductor in contact with an ionic conductor.
A conducting structure within the cell in which electrochemical reactions take place (for example lead plates in a motorcycle battery)
(1) A solid electric conductor through which an electric current enters or leaves an electrolytic cell (as in an electrochemical sensor); or (2) a collector or emitter of electric charge or of electric-charge carriers, (as in the charged collecting plates of a photo-ionization or flame-ionization detector).
A conductor used to establish electrical contact with a nonmetallic part of a circuit.
A device that conducts electricity. In welding, the electrode also can act as the filler metal.
Electrical terminal that conducts an electric current into or out of a fuel cell.
a precisely machined conductor which directs the high voltage arc across a gap to melt the fiber optic fiber.
The area where the electrochemical processes take place.
Conductor (positive or negative) of electric current.
(n) either of two solid conductors by which an electric current enters or leaves a battery
a metallic device used to make a connection to the scalp or body, to measure electrical potential.
a conductor used to pass current to and from typically non-metallic substances such as tissue, solutions, and so forth.
The electrode is where reaction of a chemical species occurs and electrons are either released or accepted. Typically this will be a metal, such as platinum in PEMFC.
In pacing, the electrodes are considered to be the stimulating portion of the pacing lead. These electrodes must be in contact with the internal or external surface of the heart, or, in the case of indiffferent electrodes, they must be in contact with a portion of the body.
a solid electric conductor through which an electric current enters or leaves an electrolytic cell or other medium. It collects or emits electric charge, and is often used for detecting electrical impulses in the brain or muscles or transmitting signals in a bionic device.
An electrode is a small device (a solid electric conductor) through which the microscopic electric current generated by the human body enters and can be recorded or measured.
A piece of metallic material that acts as an electric contact with a non-metal. In chemistry, it refers to an instrument designed to measure an electrical response that is proportional to the condition being assessed (e.g. pH, resistivity).
n. a solid electric conductor through which an electric current enters or leaves in a medium
An element of an electron tube or semiconductor device that takes part in conduction, such as the plate, anode, cathode and filament.
A conducting structure within the cell in which electrochemical reactions take place. It normally consists of the active mass and the lug. 2PbSO4 + 2H2O (Ladung) PbO2 + Pb + 2H2SO4 .
A conductive, usually metallic, substance used to establish electrical contact with nonmetallic parts of a circuit.
A consumable used in the welding process. The electrode carries the current between the electrode holder and the base material. In metal arc welding it is usually a consumable electrode which also supplies filler material for the weld.
An electrical conductor, usually of metal or graphite, that leads current into or out of a solution (electrolyte).
a conductor that can be used for carrying electrical current in or out of a substance. Often used in conjunction with pH and CF/EC meters.
An electrode forms the contact to another medium (solid, liquid, gaseous) for the current passing.
is a conductor through which electric current enters or leaves an electric device. Most electrodes are made of metal. A battery has two electrodes, one positively charged and one negatively charged. Electrodes collect the current and permit it to be drawn out of the battery.
Welding rod or electrical terminal to be used in arc welding and cutting.
An electrode is an electrical conductor used to make contact with a metallic part of a circuit (e.g. a semiconductor, an electrolyte or a vacuum). The word was coined by the scientist Michael Faraday from the Greek words elektron (meaning amber, from which the word electricity is derived) and hodos, a way.Michael Faraday, "http://dbhs.wvusd.k12.ca.us/Chem-History/Faraday-electrochem.html On Electrical Decomposition", Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 1834 (in which Faraday coins the words electrode, anode, cathode, anion, cation, electrolyte, electrolyze).
PokÃ©mon franchise. Electrode's name, rather simply, comes from the word electrode, which is a device through which electrical current passes. Its Japanese name is derived from maru, meaning round, and the English word mine, referring to its explosive nature.