With the indications of his voltameter he compared the decompositions of other substances, both singly and in series.
The current, as calculated by the voltameter, corresponds to this reading.
The quantity of an ion liberated in a voltameter is proportional to the electro-chemical equivalent of the ion.
It remains for us to describe this voltameter itself, and to show the rendering of it.
The electrochemical apparatus was a voltameter containing a definite compound to be electrolysed, or a voltaic cell or battery.
Percyanide of mercury and corrosive sublimate produce no effect; nor does iodine, gum, or sugar, the test being a voltameter.
We may estimate the value of a voltameter at a hundred francs.
He wished to ascertain what relation this decomposition bore to that of the water in his voltameter.
The volumes of gases were in no regular proportion to the quantities evolved from water in the voltameter.
Completing his circuit, he permitted the current to continue until 'a reasonable quantity of gas' was collected in the voltameter.