Definition of Cataphoreses
1. cataphoresis [n] - See also: cataphoresis
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cataphoreses
Literary usage of Cataphoreses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Nature of Solution by Harry Clary Jones, Ebenezer Emmet Reed (1917)
"This is shown by the following results.1 Conductivity Gold sol. dialyzed 13.2 X 1Q-« After one cataphoresis 7.7 X 10~* After two cataphoreses 4.2 X 10~* ..."
2. American Journal of Dental Science by American Society of Dental Surgeons (1900)
"... there are always certain technical difficulties that will stand around cataphoreses, but at this day great advances in the practice have been made. ..."
3. Electricity in diseases of women and obstetrics by Franklin Henry Martin (1892)
"... rheumatic, or gouty origin, for its electrolytic effect («/) cataphoreses of anodyne drugs, (e) Weak faradic current from tine wire secondary coil. ..."