Mohr titration

Mohr titration

[′mȯr tī′trā·shən]
(analytical chemistry)
Titration with silver nitrate to determine the concentration of chlorides in a solution; silver chromate precipitation is the end-point indicator.
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The Mohr titration involves the precipitation of [C1.
In the Mohr titration, it is the dilute solution that has "known" concentration, with the objective of finding the unknown concentration of the concentrated solution.