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cou·lom·e·ter

 (ko͞o-lŏm′ĭ-tər, ko͞o′lə-mē′tər)
n.
An instrument for measuring the electric charge (in coulombs) passing through an electrolytic cell during electrolysis, based on the amount of a substance that accumulates on the electrodes.

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coulometer

(kuːˈlɒmɪtə) or

coulombmeter

n
(Electrical Engineering) an electrolytic cell for measuring the magnitude of an electric charge by determining the total amount of decomposition resulting from the passage of the charge through the cell. Also called: voltameter
[C19: from coulomb + meter3]
coulometric adj
coulometrically adv
couˈlometry n
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vol•tam•e•ter

(vɒlˈtæm ɪ tər, voʊl-)

n.
a device that measures the flow of electricity through a conductor in relation to electrolytic decomposition.
[1830–40; volta (see volt1) + -meter]
vol`ta•met′ric (-təˈmɛ trɪk) adj.
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