Measuring Equipment




Of the quantitative analytical methods used in inorganic chemistry laboratories and industry companies, titration is one of the most prevalent. Automatic titration improves the accuracy and repeatability of analyses, saves chemical costs and frees up the analyst’s time to perform other tasks. The dosing mechanism of modern automatic titrators can have 10,000 steps in a single buret volume, resulting in minimum volume additions of single microliters. Endpoint is automatically detected using a suitable electrode and devices are usually capable of outputting precise titration curves.


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