coulometry


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cou·lom·e·try

 (ko͞o-lŏm′ĭ-trē)
n.
An analytical method for determining the amount of a substance, such as water, released during electrolysis by measuring the number of coulombs used.


cou′lo·met′ric (-lə-mĕt′rĭk) adj.
cou′lo·met′ri·cal·ly adv.
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Translations
coulometría
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The moisture content of the POE as analyzed by Karl Fischer coulometry was 98 ppm.
Kimura et al., "Microfluidic separation of redox reactions for coulometry based on metallization at the mixed potential," Analytical Chemistry, vol.
The oxidation state was verified by coulometry and titration with triiodide, which might be a coincidence, the potential of peak 2 in acidic solution (143 [+ or -] 9 mV) is half that in alkaline solution (283 [+ or -] 82 mV), where Ru(II) forms stable hydroxospecies in contrast to a cluster ion in acids.
Klucraakovaa, "Adsorption of nitrate on humic acids studied by flow-through coulometry," Environmental Chemistry Letters, vol.
Another game-changing accomplishment from the Dahn lab came in 2008 when he and his team pioneered the use of high-precision coulometry for battery research, a technique many battery researchers and companies use today.
The moisture content of the lubricant as analyzed by Karl Fischer coulometry was 35.4 ppm.
Klucakova, "Adsorption of nitrate on humic acids studied by flow-through coulometry," Environmental Chemistry Letters, vol.
The cathodic reactions of a number of relatively stable quinonemethides were examined by cyclic voltammetry, controlled potential coulometry and rigorous product analysis following preparative-scale electrolyses.
His topics include ideal gas laws, the thermodynamics of simple systems, entropy and the second law, equilibrium, the phase rule, liquids and solids, coulometry and conductivity, early quantum theory, experimentally determining molecular structure, classical molecular modeling, and photochemistry and the theory of chemical reactions.