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An anode is an electrode through which conventional current flows into a polarized electrical device. The direction of electric current is opposite to the direction of electron flow: electrons flow through the anode to the outside circuit.
In a device that consumes electricity, the anode is the charged positive electrode. Such devices include diodes, electrolytic cells in hydrogen production, and secondary battery cells in recharging batteries.
However, in a device that produces power, the anode is the negative terminal, due to the flow of electrons being reversed. Such devices include electrolytic cells in hydrogen production, vacuum tubes, cathode ray tubes, oscilloscopes and primary battery cells.
Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) manufactures and supplies various anodes. including platinized titanium anodes, platinized niobium anodes, platinized niobium mesh anodes, etc.

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  • Platinized Titanium Anode

    Platinized Titanium Anode for sale Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) supplies various anodes including platinized titanium anodes, platinized niobium anodes, platinized niobium mesh anodes, etc. For other anodes, please send us inquiry first.Related products: platinized niobium anodes, platinized niobium mesh anodes

  • Platinized Niobium Mesh Anode

    The platinized niobium mesh anode uses platinum coated on niobium mesh to make it smooth, even and nonporous. The special plating solution used is with high speed and current density. Also, the niobium mesh has strong corrosion resistance and conductivity needs much lower current and voltage compared with platinum mesh. Therefore, it becomes the best...

  • Platinized Niobium Anode

    Platinized Niobium Anode for saleStanford Advanced Materials (SAM) supplies various anodes including platinized titanium anodes, platinized niobium anodes, platinized niobium mesh anodes, etc. For other anodes, please send us inquiry first.Related products: platinized titanium anodes, platinized niobium mesh anodes

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