electrophore etymology

English word electrophore comes from English -phore (Bearer, carrier or conveyor.), English electro-

Detailed word origin of electrophore

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-phore English (eng) Bearer, carrier or conveyor.
electro- English (eng) (music) electronic and/or incorporating elements of electro(-funk). Electricity or electrical.
electrophore English (eng) (chemistry) Any electrophilic compound, often used as a tracer, that can be detected in very small amounts by electron-capture mass spectrometry. (obsolete, physics) electrode.

Words with the same origin as electrophore

Descendants of -phore
adenophorous androphore carpophore chromophore gametophore iodophor luminophore mechanophore myophore necrophore nectophore odontophore onomatophore oophore oöphore phagophore pharmacophore photophore pogonophore polyphore rhinophoral semantophore siderophore zygophore
Descendants of electro-
NEMS electroaxonography electrobiology electrocardiogram electrochemical electroconvection electroconvulsive electrocute electrodialyze electroencephalogram electroformed electrolysis electromagnet electromagnetism electronegative electroneutrality electronystagmography electrorheology electroshock electrothermy electrotransferred electrotransformation electrowinning electrowon gravitoelectromagnetism