Traducción de electrode en Español:


electrodo, n.

Pronunciación /əˈlɛktroʊd//ɪˈlɛktrəʊd/


  • 1

    electrodo masculino
    • Once the electrode box has been opened, the electrodes should be kept in a dry box until used.
    • The lower surfaces of the electrode segments define an electrode segment plane.
    • Redistribution of ions within the electrode, causes a relatively slow change in the capacitance during voltage clamp.
    • The surgical procedure involves implanting electrodes in a region of the brain thought to drive depression.
    • Under a weak electric field, the holes drift toward a matrix of a million or so tiny pixel electrodes.
    • This device transmits sound directly into the auditory nerve via electrodes surgically implanted into the cochlea.
    • At this point the question arises as to what the alligator-shaped electrodes measure.
    • Oxidation of the dye molecule injects electrons into the semiconducting electrode.
    • Sound is converted to signals by the processor and transmitted to the auditory nerves by the electrodes.
    • To increase the chance of securing a recording during an attack patients may be fitted with electrodes that transmit by radio to a receiver.
    • Finally, an aluminium electrode was vacuum-deposited on top of the organic film.
    • The wider ends of the gate electrodes straddle the peripheral boundaries of the active region.
    • By depriving the bacteria of oxygen, electrons are freed to set up a voltage between the electrodes.
    • At the two ends of the conductor are the electrodes, which gather and disperse the electrons.
    • They then receive an electrical ‘shock’ to the brain, through electrodes placed on the head.
    • When electricity was applied to the electrodes, rays appeared to come from the cathode.
    • He connected the same pairs of electrodes and simulated the electrical connection.
    • The electrode sends electrical signals backwards along the vagus nerve to the brain.
    • When air is brought into contact with the second electrode, current flows through any circuit linking the two electrodes.
    • The particles carry the electrons to one of the electrodes, generating a current.