Definition of gasometry in English:

gasometry

noun

  • The science or practice of measuring gases, or (later) of determining the proportion of different gases in a mixture.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Robert Kerr (1757–1813), scientific writer and translator. From French gazométrie, later remodelled after gas.

Pronunciation

gasometry

/ɡaˈsɒmɪtri/