acidic titrant

acidic titrant

[ə′sid·ik ′tī·trənt]
(analytical chemistry)
An acid solution of known concentration used to determine the basicity of another solution by titration.
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In especially preferred embodiments, an expandable foam-like biomaterial includes the reaction product of human or animal-derived protein materials and a di- or polyaldehyde in the presence of a bicarbonate and an acidic titrant in amounts sufficient to impart a cellular foam structure to the material.