calorimetry etymology

English word calorimetry comes from English calorific, English calorimeter

Detailed word origin of calorimetry

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
calorific English (eng) (US, of food) High in calories and thus likely fattening.. (physics) Relating to or producing heat or other energy.. Relating to calories.
calorimeter English (eng) (physics) An apparatus for measuring the heat generated or absorbed by either a chemical reaction, change of phase or some other physical change.
calorimetry English (eng) (physics) The science of measuring the heat absorbed or evolved during the course of a chemical reaction or change of state.. A wide headband that covers the ears, for wearing on cold days.

Words with the same origin as calorimetry

Descendants of calorific
magnetocalorimetry microcalorimetry nanocalorimetry
Descendants of calorimeter
calorimetric microcalorimetric