coulometry


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coulometry

[kə′läm·ə·trē]
(analytical chemistry)
A determination of the amount of an electrolyte released during electrolysis by measuring the number of coulombs used.
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Experimental values were determined with stripping coulometry after extended room temperature storage up to three months.
The data of the present investigation (red circle/solid) and the data of Posdorfer (4) (blue downward triangle), which are both based on stripping coulometry of immersion tin layers, are in excellent agreement and relate to the initial stages of IMC formation.
According to the International Centre for Metrology, isotope dilution with mass spectrometry, coulometry, gravimetry, titrimetry, and determination of freezing-point depression are primary methods, yielding results in SI units (moles) without requiring reference to a standard (9).
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