Definition of electrochemistry in English:

electrochemistry

noun

  • The branch of chemistry that deals with the relations between electrical and chemical phenomena.

    • ‘The task of transporting electrical charges between metal-oxide and water phases is critical in such technologies as catalysis, sensors, and electrochemistry.’
    • ‘In chemistry the most common use of the term anode occurs in electrochemistry.’
    • ‘Two-dimensional domain and island growth in thin organic or inorganic films is of great interest in such fields as microelectronics, optics, and electrochemistry.’
    • ‘This larger cell enabled us to more thoroughly remove oxygen from the electrolyte yielding better electrochemistry.’
    • ‘Chemisorption plays an essential role in corrosion, heterogeneous catalysis, and electrochemistry.’
    • ‘Redox reactions are central to electrochemistry because they are chemical processes that involve the flow of electrons from one chemical entity to another.’
    • ‘There is an atomic will towards binding and dissociation, driven by thermodynamics and electrochemistry.’
    • ‘He currently works for an engineering consultancy firm, in various fields involving mechanics and fluid dynamics, and is also involved with work in physiology and electrochemistry.’
    • ‘In this case there are no problems with possible damage to biological molecules due to electrochemistry on metal electrodes.’
    • ‘Matter in the state of equilibrium is studied by physical chemists specializing in chemical thermodynamics and equilibrium electrochemistry.’

Pronunciation:

electrochemistry

/əˌlektrōˈkeməstrē/