Definition of Coulombs

1. Noun. (plural of coulomb) ¹



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Definition of Coulombs

1. coulomb [n] - See also: coulomb

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coulombs

coulibiac
coulibiacs
coulis
coulises
coulisse
coulisses
couloir
couloirs
coulomb
coulomb's force
coulomb's law
coulomb collision
coulomb ionisation
coulombic
coulombically
coulombs (current term)
coulometer
coulometers
coulometric
coulometrically
coulometries
coulometry
coulotte
coulrophobia
coulsonite
coulter
coulterneb
coulternebs
coulters
coulé

Literary usage of Coulombs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1906)
"The coulombs passing are those necessary to deposit 5 grms. of zinc (chemical equivalent, 65-5-2) and ID grms. of copper (chemical equivalent 63-6 -i- 2). ..."

2. Science Abstracts by Institution of Electrical Engineers (1900)
"In order to find the percentage decomposition (copper equivalent to acid oxidised, copper equivalent to total coulombs) at the moment of closing the circuit ..."

3. Modern Engineering Practice: A Reference Library by American School (Chicago, Ill.) (1906)
"If a current of one ampere flows for two seconds, the quantity of electricity delivered is two coulombs, and if two amperes flow for one second the quantity ..."

4. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1906)
"Find the quantity of electricity in coulombs that flows around a circuit in 1J ... Ans. 11700 coulombs 3. 1n 1 hour, 36000 coulombs of electricity pass ..."

5. Notes on Electrochemistry by Ferdinand Gerhard Wiechmann (1906)
"We will accept the value 96540 coulombs as the ionic charge for a monovalent ... It can be readily shown that 96540 coulombs are required to deposit or to ..."

6. Principles of Chemistry by Joel Henry Hildebrand (1918)
"To deposit 1 gram-atom of any univalent substance, like hydrogen, sodium, silver, chlorine, etc., requires 96540 coulombs of electricity. ..."

7. Cyclopedia of Applied Electricity by American School (Chicago, Ill.) (1908)
"If a current of one ampere flows for two seconds, the quantity of electricity delivered is two coulombs, and if two amperes flow for one second the quantity ..."

8. Lessons in Practical Electricity, Principles, Experiments, and Arithmetical by Coates Walton Swoope, Harry Noyes Stillman (1913)
"If a current strength of one ampere flows for 60 seconds, then the total quantity is 60 ampere-seconds, or 60 coulombs of electricity. ..."

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