electrochemical etymology

English word electrochemical comes from English electro-, English chemical

Detailed word origin of electrochemical

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
electro- English (eng) (music) electronic and/or incorporating elements of electro(-funk). Electricity or electrical.
chemical English (eng) (chemistry, sciences) Any specific chemical element or chemical compound or alloy.. (colloquial) An artificial chemical compound.. (slang) An addictive drug. (obsolete) Of or relating to alchemy.. Of or relating to a material or processes not commonly found in nature or in a particular product.. Of or relating to chemistry.
electrochemical English (eng) (chemistry) Of, or relating to a chemical reaction brought about by electricity.. (chemistry) Of, or relating to electricity produced by a chemical reaction e.g. in a battery.

Words with the same origin as electrochemical

Descendants of electro-
NEMS electroaxonography electrobiology electrocardiogram electroconvection electroconvulsive electrocute electrodialyze electroencephalogram electroformed electrolysis electromagnet electromagnetism electronegative electroneutrality electronystagmography electrorheology electroshock electrothermy electrotransferred electrotransformation electrowinning electrowon gravitoelectromagnetism
Descendants of chemical
acetaminophen chemigation chemtrail