Definitions for voltametervɒlˈtæm ɪ tər, voʊl-
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
vol•tam•e•tervɒlˈtæm ɪ tər, voʊl-(n.)
a device that measures the flow of electricity through a conductor in relation to electrolytic decomposition.
Category: Electricity and Magnetism
Origin of voltameter:
1830–40; volta (see volt1) + -meter
An instrument used to measure the quantity of electric charge.
an instrument for measuring the voltaic electricity passing through it, by its effect in decomposing water or some other chemical compound acting as an electrolyte
A voltameter or coulometer is a scientific instrument used for measuring quantity of electricity. The SI unit of quantity of electricity is the coulomb, while the SI unit for electric potential is the volt.
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
In general an apparatus for determining the quantity of electricity passing through a conductor by measuring the electrolytic action it can perform.
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