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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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Repeat analyses with the coulometric reference method revealed significantly lower chloride concentrations [mean (SD) difference, 3 (3.7) mmol/L] in most cases.
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Type of Titration Performed % Respondents Potentiometric 50% Karl Fishcer 43% Automatic 39% Coulometric 28% Spectrophometric 20% Non-Aqueous 18% Conductometric 15% Amperometric 12% Isothermal 6% Parallel 2% Virus 2% Thermometric 1% Note: Table made from bar graph.
Detection was electrochemical (redox mode), using a coulometric detector with a dual analytical cell (ESA Analytical).
The large electrode, coupled with coulometric measurements, allows detection of a large fraction of the glucose collected into the hydrogel pad every cycle.
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