The Silver Coulometer
A silver coulometer is a device used to measure the quantity of electricity (in coulombs) by observing the amount of silver deposited or dissolved in a solution. Here's how voltage influences ions in the operation of a silver coulometer:
In summary, the voltage in a silver coulometer influences the rate at which silver ions are reduced and deposited on the cathode. By controlling the voltage and measuring the mass of silver deposited, one can accurately determine the amount of electricity that has passed through the circuit.