An Electrode pertains to the site, area or location at which electrochemical processes take place.

Earthenware is referred to as a clay body which is fired to relatively low temperatures (below 1150C) and which, after firing remains porous in its unglazed state.

ESS is the acronym of environmental stress screening and stands for Energy Storage System.

Environmental stress screening (ESS) revolves around the manufacturing stage in which all assemblies are subjected to abnormal stresses, with the aim of forcing all early failures to occur and to test the reliability of the assemblies. This process is also called reliability testing.

Emboss is described as a technique of pressing an image into paper to create a 3D or raised effect.

Electroplating revolves around the process of covering a base metal with a thin film of gold by setting it in a chemical solution through which an electric current flows to coat it with precious metal.

Electronic shopping is described as shopping over the Internet or with the use of a computer or through a TV cable channel.

Electronic computer is described as an "electronic device that accepts information in digital or similar form and manipulates it for a result based on a sequence of instructions.