Titanium Anode

Definition - What does Titanium Anode mean?

A titanium anode is a positively charged electrode made from the element titanium. Titanium has the chemical symbol Ti and the atomic number 22.

The electrodes leaving a titanium anode supply a metallic surface with an electrical current when in motion.

Corrosionpedia explains Titanium Anode

Titanium anodes are found primarily in titanium alloys that were originally developed in the 1950s for aerospace applications. They are very resistant to corrosive environments due to the anode's ability to react with oxidizing and chlorinated environments. Titanium alloys are very cost effective for most industrial and engineering applications; therefore, they have become a preferred building material since the 1990s.

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