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the anode is where oxidation takes place (the reaction that loses electrons; or electrons show up on the products side). the cathode is where reduction takes place (the reaction that gains electrons; or electrons show up on the reactants side). a good way to remember this is that anode and oxidation both start with vowels, while cathode and reduction both start with consonants!
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