electricity (part of speech: noun)
electricity, resistance, capacitor, IC, induction, resistor, conductor, electrostatic, wattage, positive, direct current, polarity, cycle, computer, CRT, network, kilohertz, tube, circuit, negative, electrode, discharge, television, volt, juice, circuit card, connection, CPU, monitor, current, voltage, FM, charge, amplifier, spark, backplane, alternating current, magnetism, radio, capacitance, processor, motherboard, shock, frequency, transistor, electronics, insulator, amperes, watt, memory, radar, ohm, microphone, diode, cathode, speaker, AC, video, triode, receiver, transmitter, megahertz, DC, impedance, tweeter, electromagnetism
- To the anode he attached one of the negatives, to the cathode a small piece of iron. - "Spawn of the Comet", Harold Thompson Rich.
- " You see," he explained, with forced calmness, " I apply the anode here- the cathode there." - "The Exploits of Elaine", Arthur B. Reeve.
- Yet he might have asked instead how long was needed to bridge the sharp gap of a radio- power transmitter; how much time was needed for anode and cathode each to recognize the other. - "The Finding of Haldgren", Charles Willard Diffin.