A Carbon Electrode refers to a conductive element that, via an electric field, emits, captures or controls electrons or ions (anode and cathode).

Electrode is 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

Ref: 122344/2006-09-19

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Carbon (Carbon is an essential element in steel, it is ...)
Electrode (Electrode pertains to the site, area or location ...)
Cathode (Cathode The electrode in an electrochemical cell ...)

You have no rights to post comments

Related Articles

Anode ■■■■■■■
An anode is an electrode through which electric current flows into a polarized electrical device. The . . . Read More
Electrolysis ■■■■■■■
Electrolysis is the production of chemical changes by passage of an electric current through an electrolyte. . . . Read More
Cathode ■■■■■■
Cathode makes reference to the terminal on an electrical device from which a major flow of electrons . . . Read More
Electrode ■■■■■■
An Electrode pertains to the site, area or location at which electrochemical processes take place; - . . . Read More
Cell ■■■■■
A Cell is described as an electrochemical system consisting of an anode and a cathode immersed in an . . . Read More
Aluminum smelting process ■■■■■
Aluminum is produced during an electrochemical reduction reaction called Aluminum smelting process in . . . Read More
Carbon ■■■■■
Carbon is an essential element in steel, it is added in specific amounts to control the hardness and . . . Read More
Carbon arc ■■■■■
Carbon arc is a type of lamp that forms an arc between two carbon electrodes; - - The arc produces a . . . Read More
Zinc-Air cell ■■■■■
Zinc-Air cell is a term used to define a battery with zinc as one electrode and air as the other, which . . . Read More
Hot cathode ■■■■■
Hot cathode pertains to an ionization gauge in which pressure is measured ionization gauge in terms of . . . Read More