Also cou·lomb·me·ter [koo-lom-mee-ter, -lohm-] /ˈku lɒmˌmi tər, -loʊm-/.
Origin of coulometer
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an electrolytic cell for measuring the magnitude of an electric charge by determining the total amount of decomposition resulting from the passage of the charge through the cellAlso called: voltameter
Word Origin for coulometer
C19: from coulomb + meter ³
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A device for determining the amount of a substance released during electrolysis by measuring the electrical charge that results from the electrolysis. Coulometers can be used to detect and measure trace amounts of substances such as water.
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