amperometric titration


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amperometric titration

[¦am·pə·rə¦me·trik tī′trā·shən]
(physical chemistry)
A titration that involves measuring an electric current or changes in current during the course of the titration.
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Amperometric titration could be used for the analysis of mixture of ions such as those which arise from the dissolution of alloys or other technical material.
The amperometric titration is a sensitive and convenient analytical technique, based on the existence of a simple relationship between concentrations of an electro--active substance and a Polarographic current, Selenium and Tellurium have been determined in binary mixture in natural water and in alloys [7-8].
By this paper we report the results of amperometric titration of Se and Te in dilute solution using MTB as a reagent.
This has superseded amperometric titration with silver electrodes, which is not amenable to high-throughput or multianalyte instrumentation, and mercuric thiocyanate-based colorimetric methods, which require disposal of a toxic waste product.
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