Definition of Kathodic
1. kathode [adj] - See also: kathode
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Literary usage of Kathodic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Science Abstracts by Institution of Electrical Engineers (1900)
"A is a porous tube containing the mercury, and connected with the kathodic compartment of the ... kathodic ..."
2. A Text-book of medicine for students and practitioners by Adolf von Strümpell (1887)
"If we increase the strength of the current still more, the kathodic closure contractions become stronger, and the anodic closure and anodic opening ..."
3. Eight Lectures on the Signs of Life from Their Electrical Aspect by Augustus Désiré Waller (1903)
"More AB C—A Vegetable Surface—Surface against Surface —Anodic and kathodic—Biedermann and the Frog's Tongue—A Warning. § 61. Demonstration. ..."
4. An Introduction to physiology by Augustus Désiré Waller (1893)
"(constituting a collective kathode), and admitting as proved that make excitation is kathodic, break excitation anodic, we may with a sufficiently strong ..."
5. An Introduction to Human Physiology by Augustus Désiré Waller (1896)
"the kathodic break contraction is by far the weakest; the kathodic make contraction is stronger than the anodic make contraction: the anodic break ..."
6. A Textbook of Human Physiology: Including a Section on Physiologic Apparatus. by Albert Philson Brubaker (1922)
"These four contractions are, however, of very different strengths; the kathodic make contraction is by far the strongest; ..."
7. A Text-book of Physiology: Normal and Pathological. For Students and by Winfield Scott Hall (1905)
"Note that with a weak descending current there is a "kathodic make contraction" (KMC); that with a medium descending current there is both an "anodic break ..."
8. The Treatment of disease by physical methods by Thomas Stretch Dowse (1899)
"This is called kathodic closure contraction (K.CC). I now break this negative current, and observe the muscle : there is a slight contraction, ..."