Definition of Kathodes
1. kathode [n] - See also: kathode
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kathodes
Literary usage of Kathodes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Kirkes' Handbook of physiology by William Senhouse Kirkes (1905)
"In addition to the physical anode and kathode of the battery, there are what are called physiological anodes and kathodes. There is a physiological anode at ..."
2. An American Text-book of Physiology by William Henry Howell (1900)
"Since there are physiological anodes and kathodes under each of the two ... 28—Diagram showing physical and physiological anodes and kathodes: A, ..."
3. Manual of Chemical Technology by Johannes Rudolf Wagner (1904)
"Copper sulphate is decomposed by the electric current, the copper being deposited upon the kathodes; at the same time the metallic sulphates forming the ..."
4. Laboratory Manual of Physiology by Frederick Carl Busch (1905)
"Thus, at each pole groups of physiological anodes and kathodes are found. The contraction of the muscle which occurs when the current is closed represents ..."
5. Translations of foreign biological memoirs by Sir J Burdon-Sanderson (1887)
"In a muscle-fibre through which a current is passing in a longitudinal direction, only a portion where there are no anodes nor kathodes is to be understood ..."
6. Practical Work in Physics for Use in Schools and Colleges by Walter George Woollcombe (1899)
"Close the circuit by putting in the plug key and let the current pass for a short time, then take out the kathodes and see whether the deposits are firm, ..."