What is the branch of chemistry that deals with all electrically-related applications of oxidation-reduction reactions called?

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Jan 9, 2017




This branch of chemistry studies the relationship between electrical energy, which is certainly quantifiable, and chemical change, which is also a macroscopic phenomenon. An older professor of mine used to tell his students that all chemists should be electrochemists because all you had to do was measure voltage and current. Alas, I did not take his advice.