I am working for a patent company and I encountered the text which is
constructed from conductive an electrode and a layer.
I think that the writer is trying to say that 'a conductive electrode and a conductive layer.'
But is it possible to put the words in the order of 'adjective+article+noun' in that kind of context where 'too~to' or 'so~a' kinds of grammar do not exist?
I mean, can you put an adjective before an indefinite/definite article when trying to modify more than two nouns with the same adjective?