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Jason Chung, a scientist at the University of California, San Francisco, is working with a flexible electrode array.
An examination of the electrode showed that, over time, diffusion of the catalyst drew it into larger and larger bubbles, and the diameter of the nanotubes grew accordingly.
Underneath my shirt, EKG electrodes tug gently on my skin, one stuck to each shoulder blade and one on my belly.
In a scientific first, a team of researchers from the California Institute of Technology brought natural sensation back to a paralyzed man’s arm, using electrodes implanted in the brain.
Better yet, without the gel, users simply had to make sure the conductive part of the electrode was touching skin.
Consider how blind people can achieve a certain sense of vision restored with special electrodes that attach to their tongue.
The researchers used special conductive paint containing nickel, applied in grid, to create electrodes on the wall.
In addition to movement, Oldis and the lab are trying to decipher speech in our dreams by placing five or six electrodes on each participant's lips and throat.
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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
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