electrochemistry [ih-lek-troh- kem- uh-stree] EXAMPLES | WORD ORIGIN noun the branch of chemistry that deals with the chemical changes produced by electricity and the production of electricity by chemical changes. Related forms e·lec·tro·chem·i·cal , [ih-lek-troh- kem-i-k uh l] /ɪˌlɛk troʊˈkɛm ɪ kəl/ adjective e·lec·tro·chem·i·cal·ly, adverb e·lec·tro·chem·ist, noun
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electrochemical engineer, specializing in cold lighting.
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electrochemical apparatus was a voltameter containing a definite compound to be electrolysed, or a voltaic cell or battery.
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electrochemical stimulus then irritates the subconscious until it fully wakes up. British Dictionary definitions for electrochemical adjective of or relating to electrochemistry Derived Forms electrochemically, adverb noun the branch of chemistry concerned with the study of electric cells and electrolysis Derived Forms electrochemist, noun
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electrochemical in Medicine electrochemical [ĭ-lĕk′trō-kĕm ′ĭ-kəl] adj. Of or relating to chemical reactions brought about by electricity; galvanochemical.
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electrochemical in Science The scientific study of the electrical aspects of chemical reactions, especially the changes they bring about in the arrangement and energy of electrons. Electrochemistry is vital to the study of electrolysis, power generation by electric cells, and the transmission of electrical signals by neurons.
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