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Titrimetry, Titration, Titrimetric Analysis



Titration

Titration is a scientific technique used in quantitative chemical analysis labs to determine the unknown concentration of a known chemical compound.

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Lecture Notes, Tutorials


Polyprotic Substances
Acid-base titration: Titration of polyprotic substances and mixtures

Titration Info
All you want to know about titration and titrimetry

Titrations, Indicators and Titration Curves
Basic information

Titrimetric Analysis
Methods - Format: PDF

Titrimetric Methods
All about Titrations - Format: PDF

Volumetric Analysis
General Principles: Titrimetric Analysis



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Partial Information


Acid Base Titration
Calculations. A tutuorial on indicators suitable for high school students. AUS-e-Tute, Australia



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Special Information


Redox Titrations with Iodine
Determination of the content of hydrogen peroxide in a pharmaceutical disinfectant, as well as the concentration of ascorbic acid in Vitamin C supplemental tablets - Format: PDF

Titrimetric Analysis of Chloride
The purpose of this experiment is to compare two titrimetric methods for the analysis of chloride in a water-soluble solid



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Tools for the practical work in labs; application notes


Titration Tutorial
Acid/Base Preperation; Equipment Setup; Determining Concentration; Tips ...



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Data and Databases


Complexometric, Oxidation, Redox, and Adsorption Titration Indicators
The preparation of complexometric metal ion EDTA, Oxidation, Redox, and Adsorption Titration Indicators

ph Acid-Base and metal ion titration Indicators
Preparation of Titration Indicators

Volumetric analysis standards and solutions
Info on the weight of salt required to make up 250 ml volumetric analysis standards for titration against acid base, permanganate, dichromate, iodine, sodium thiosulphate and silver nitrate



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Software and Programs


Acid Base Titration
Freeware for pH and acid-base equilibrium calculations and for simulation and analysis of Potentiometric Titration Curves

Bate pH Calculator
... is designed to help you in time consuming calculations that you may encounter in your daily practice

Fit a Titration Curve
… using Excel

PCR Box Titration
Calculator

Tiamo
... is a control and database software for titrators, dosing devices and sample changers that allows complete laboratory automation. Metrohm, Schweiz







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K. Danzer

Analytical Chemistry: Theoretical and Metrological Fundamentals

Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry are usually presented as a sum of chemical and physical foundations, laws, axioms and equations for analytical methods and procedures. In contrast, this book delivers a practice-oriented, general guiding theory valid for all methods and techniques. Starting with a closer look to analytical signals and their dependencies, all the important figures of merit characterizing the power of analytical procedures and the reliability of analytical results are discussed and quantified, such as sensitivity, precision, accuracy and ruggedness. Elements of signal theory, information theory, statistics and fundamentals of calibration are also presented for this aim. The metrological foundations included define strictly the figures of merit in order to minimize confusions still appearing in Analytical Chemistry publications today.

Springer; 2006


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