coulometric titration

coulometric titration

[‚kü·lə′me·trik tī′trā·shən]
(analytical chemistry)
The slow electrolytic generation of a soluble species which is capable of reacting quantitatively with the substance sought; some independent property must be observed to establish the equivalence point in the reaction.
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The AT-2000 Ammonia Analyzer, based on coulometric titration technology, can measure ammonium-nitrogen (NH4-N) swiftly, accurately and easily without any specific skill by the end-user.
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Selectivity of the ISE was checked by comparison with chloride concentrations measured by coulometric titration on a Model 925 chloride analyzer (Corning).
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