Definition of anodal in US English:

anodal

adjective

  • See anode

    • ‘Loci and alleles were numbered consecutively from the most anodal form.’
    • ‘After each hour, the current was interrupted, and the entire contents of anodal and cathodal chamber were withdrawn and replaced by fresh receiver solution.’
    • ‘Cathodal and anodal shock electrodes (denoted as C and A) were located at fiber ends.’
    • ‘The solution is poured over thin gauze placed on a stainless steel anodal plate.’
    • ‘Allozymes of an isozyme were designated as either fast or slow, with the most anodal designated as fast and the slower allozyme as slow.’

Pronunciation

anodal

/āˈnōdl/