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Marine Systems: Welcome
These carefully chosen resources support the Marine Systems curriculum.
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Definition of ANODE
1: the electrode of an electrochemical cell at which oxidation occurs: as a : the positive terminal of an electrolytic cell b : the negative terminal of a galvanic cell
2: the electron-collecting electrode of an electron tube; broadly : the positive electrode of a diode — compare cathode
— an·od·ic \a-ˈnä-dik\ also an·od·al \-ˈnō-dəl\ adjective
— an·od·i·cal·ly \-di-k(ə-)lē\ also an·od·al·ly \-də
A regularly interacting or interdependent group of items forming a unified whole (a number system): a: (1) a group of interacting bodies under the influence of related forces (a gravitational system): (2) an assemblage of substances that is in or tends to equilibrium (a thermodynamic system) d: a group of devices or artificial objects or an organization forming a network especially for distributing something or serving a common purpose