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anode in Electricity topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishanodean‧ode /ˈænəʊd $ ˈænoʊd/ noun [countable]  technicalTPE the part of a battery that collects electrons, often a wire or piece of metal with the sign (+)cathode
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anodeIt smashed against the rusted freight car behind her, shattering the glass exterior and buckling the sensitive anode.An outer cylinder of platinum was used as the anode, with a rod of palladium on its axis as the cathode.The electrons necessary for this reduction are produced at the anode.The metal is thereby stripped off the anode.On average, the electrons travel from the cathode to the anode.Alpha lipoprotein the fastest band, migrates the closest to the anode followed by prebeta and beta lipoproteins.A battery is connected to the anode and cathode via leads A and C respectively.One would expect this to occur most readily when the anode and cathode spacing was small.