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electrochemical equivalent

[ ih-lek-truh-kem-i-kuhl ]
/ ɪˌlɛk trəˈkɛm ɪ kəl /
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noun Physical Chemistry.
the mass, in grams, of a substance deposited on the electrode of a voltameter by 1 coulomb of electricity.
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Origin of electrochemical equivalent

First recorded in 1880–85
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electrochemical equivalent

noun
the mass of an element liberated from its ions or converted into them by one coulomb of electric charge
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