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Use "anodes" in a sentence
"a current of electricity from a dynamo, copper particles separate from sheets of copper (called "anodes," which are also suspended in the bath) and deposit into the face of the mould, thus exactly reproducing the elevations and depressions of the form of type or illustrations of which the mould is an impression."
"You'll also need station attendants, and pay for the real estate (that's a lot of real estate for 10-15 cars), plus maintenance, plus replacing the anodes and cathodes regularly (platinum is pricey), plus profit, etc."
"Chagres produces roughly 135,000 tons of copper anodes a year."