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From anode +‎ -ic. Coined by William Whewell in 1837 in a letter to Michael Faraday.

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anodic (not comparable)

  1. Relating to an anode.

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Etymology edit

Borrowed from French anodique.

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anodic m or n (feminine singular anodică, masculine plural anodici, feminine and neuter plural anodice)

  1. anodic

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