cathodically


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.

cath·ode

 (kăth′ōd′)
n. Abbr. ka
1. A negatively charged electrode, as of an electrolytic cell, storage battery, diode, or electron tube.
2. The positively charged terminal of a primary cell or a storage battery that is supplying current.

[Greek kathodos, descent : kat-, kata-, cata- + hodos, way, path.]

ca·thod′ic (kă-thŏd′ĭk) adj.
ca·thod′i·cal·ly adv.

cathodically

(kæˈθɒdɪkəlɪ) or

cathodally

adv
(Chemistry) in a cathodic manner, by using a cathode
References in periodicals archive ?
The degreased working electrode is then inserted into the sulphide polluted synthetic sea water and immediately cathodically polarized at -1.
The new water transport pipeline is made of steel pipes ST DN 700 ZM / FZM with plug-in welding sockets, cathodically protected.
The program scope includes replacement of all cast-iron main, bare steel, oxyacetylene-welded, threaded, and coupled and cathodically unprotected steel main," said Holly Bowers, executive director of Geospatial and Gas Management Assets for the utility.
SCC is initiated under mechanical stresses and corrosion environment in construction elements of the pipeline at cathodically protected pipe surface, so it is difficult to predict.
When the ICCP system is up and running, the reference electrodes will provide data to show that this is the case, demonstrating that corrosion cannot be initiated and the steel will remain cathodically protected.
The zinc coating cathodically protects the steel from coating imperfections caused by accidental abrasion, cutting, drilling or bending.
5% NaCl solution at room temperature and then cathodically polarized at -1.
The ambient cathodically generated nucleophiles alkylate at both carbon and oxygen and the competition is crucially dependent on the cation (tetra-butylammonium ion or lithium ion).
Variation in Rebars Bond Strength in Cathodically Protected Mortar Specimens Containing Ground Blast Furnace Slag
In the presence of moisture and an electric field, electrolytic metal migration occurs when metal ions migrate to a cathodically (negatively) charged surface and form dendrites.