Recent Examples of electrode from the Web
What that means is that electrodes were held at specific spots along my spine.
Electrodes are placed on the surface of the scalp to detect brain waves.
The specific voltages of the myriad electrodes must be stable to parts per million.
Electrodes and sensors may be strapped to their heads, chests and arms, reading and tracking even the most subtle twitches of their muscles and providing a 3D rendering of their bodies to get a more exact understanding of their movements.
In a study involving 60 participants, a weak electrical current was applied to the scalp using electrodes.
The techy T-shirt, which was reported in last month’s issue of the journal Sensors, has no wires or electrodes.
Some had electrodes attached to their earlobes, like earrings.
The method, called temporal interference, involves beaming different electric frequencies, too high for neurons to respond to, from electrodes on the skull’s surface.
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First Known Use of electrode
ELECTRODE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of electrode for English Language Learners
: one of the two points through which electricity flows into or out of a battery or other device
ELECTRODE Defined for Kids
Definition of electrode for Students
: a conductor (as a metal or carbon) used to make electrical contact with a part of an electrical circuit that is not metallic
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