coulometry etymology

English word coulometry comes from English coulomb, English -metry (Forming nouns relating to measures and measurement.)

Detailed word origin of coulometry

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
coulomb English (eng) In the International System of Units, the derived unit of electric charge; the amount of electric charge carried by a current of 1 ampere flowing for 1 second. Symbol: C.
-metry English (eng) Forming nouns relating to measures and measurement.
coulometry English (eng) (physics, chemistry) A technique in analytical chemistry in which the amount of substance released during electrolysis, and the amount of electricity used, are measured.

Words with the same origin as coulometry

Descendants of coulomb
Descendants of -metry
absorptiometry acidimetry anemometry archeometry bathymetry ergometry fluviometry heliometry isometry micrometry optometrist optometry phallometry photometry pneumatometry psychometry psychrometry scientometrist somatometry spectrometry stichometry telemetric telemetry zoometry