Definition of potentiometric in English:


Pronunciation /pəˌtenCHēəˈmetrik/



See potentiometry

‘With the potentiometric method, no CA activity could be measured, whereas with the isotopic disequilibrium technique, significant CA activity could be detected.’
  • ‘Optical techniques using potentiometric probes have been successfully used to monitor electrical phenomena in cells and tissue where microelectrode access is not possible.’
  • ‘An additional concern with potentiometric indicators is converting their fluorescence or absorbance recordings into meaningful measurements of potential.’
  • ‘The new method uses proprietary potentiometric technology that yields short analysis times and has been used in clinical evaluations.’
  • ‘The imaginary surface defined by the stable, or static, water levels measured in wells completed in a confined aquifer is called the potentiometric surface.’