voltammeter

voltammeter

[vohlt-am-mee-ter]
noun
an instrument for measuring voltage or amperage.

Origin:
1885–90; volt-am(pere) + -meter

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voltammeter (ˌvəʊltˈæmˌmiːtə)
 
n
a dual-purpose instrument that can measure both potential difference and electric current, usually in volts and amperes respectively

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voltammeter   (vōl-tām'mē'tər, vōlt'ām'-)  Pronunciation Key 
  1. A device consisting of a voltmeter combined with an ammeter.

  2. An instrument for measuring and sometimes analyzing electrical current and potential in voltammetry.


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