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The relationship between a cathode and an anode involves A. diodes. B. protons. C. electrons. D. neutrons.
B.) Cathode and anode relationship involves electron migration, Material able to easilly give off electrons and materials able to easilly take those electrons. Due to the electron number in the outermost shells of the different materials.
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User: The relationship between a cathode and an anode involves A. diodes. B. protons. C. electrons. D. neutrons.





Weegy: B.) Cathode and anode relationship involves electron migration, Material able to easilly give off electrons and materials able to easilly take those electrons. Due to the electron number in the outermost shells of the different materials.
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