coulometry

[ koo-lom-i-tree, kuh- ]
/ kuˈlɒm ɪ tri, kə- /

noun Chemistry.

a method used in quantitative analysis, whereby the amount of a substance set free or deposited during electrolysis is determined by measuring the number of coulombs that passed through the electrolyte.

Nearby words

  1. coulomb force,
  2. coulomb's law,
  3. coulomb, charles augustin de,
  4. coulometer,
  5. coulometric,
  6. coulrophobia,
  7. coulter,
  8. coulter pine,
  9. coumadin,
  10. coumarin

Origin of coulometry

First recorded in 1940–45; coulo(mb) + -metry

Related formscou·lo·met·ric [koo-luh-me-trik] /ˌku ləˈmɛ trɪk/, adjectivecou·lo·met·ri·cal·ly, adverb

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