thermometric titration


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thermometric titration

[¦thər·mə¦me·trik tī′trā·shən]
(analytical chemistry)
A titration in an adiabatic system, yielding a plot of temperature versus volume of titrant; used for neutralization, precipitation, redox, organic condensation, and complex-formation reactions. Also known as calorimetric titration; enthalpy titration; thermal titration.
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Thermometric titration technology is used for this purpose.
The thermometric titration analysis method uses a highly sensitive thermometer as a sensor, explains Metrohm, which is based in the St.GallenBodenseeArea.
Metrohm explains that speed represents the major advantage of thermometric titration in comparison with other analysis methods such as gravimetric analysis or flame photometry measurements.
Trace water in jet fuel was characterized by thermometric titration in J.-Q.
Among them, the most important are: spectroscopic methods (spectrophotometry, infrared, Raman, nuclear magnetic resonance, spin resonance, Mossbauer, refractometry, spectropolarimetry, light scattering and ultrasonic absorption), distribution methods (solvent extraction, Solubility, ion exchange, gas chromatography, liquid chromatography and thin layer chromatography), electrochemical methods (potentiometry, polarography, anodic redissolution voltammetry, conductivity and dielectric constant) and calorimetric methods (direct calorimetry and thermometric titration calorimetry).
Metrohm's 859 Titrotherm performs true thermometric titration. Able to measure nine data points per second, this technology detects enthalpy changes in difficult chemistries to a sensitivity of [+ or -] 0.001 C, and yields results 10 times faster than other titrations techniques.
Thermometric titration method has been used for the determination of sulphonamides in aqueous solution.
Thermometric titration has been shown to be robust, accurate and very precise.
Therefore, thermometric titration (TMT) is presented and attracted more and more attention due to rapidity, convenience, automation, and particularly excellent accuracy and applicability.
Effect of the Mass of Fuel, Concentration, and Delivery Rate of Titrant on Thermometric Titration. The water contents in jet fuel are relatively small, so the mass of fuel, concentration, and delivery rate of titrants will affect the accuracy of the determination results in thermometric titrations.
Guo, "Rapid determination for acidity of aviation oils by thermometric titration," Acta Petrolerei Sinica (Petroleum Processing Section), vol.