conductometric titration

conductometric titration

[kən¦dək·tə¦me‚trik tī′trā·shən]
(analytical chemistry)
A titration in which electrical conductance of a solution is measured during the course of the titration.
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Further, the deacetylation degree (DG) or the percentage of amino groups was determined by conductometric titration (DOMSZY; ROBERTS, 1985), using a Micronal conductometer--Model B330 and a Schott Gerate automatic titrator--Model T80/20 (RAYMOND et al.
Its determination is done by conductometric titration of the chitosan in strong mineral acid and performed with a strong base.
The conductometric titration was calculated and represented by the average of three determinations from which 94% deacetylation were obtained.
Fifty ml of this solution was used for a conductometric titration using a 0.
Characteristics of the latexes - A conductometric titration method to analyze the functional groups on the latex surface confirmed that the unsaturated carboxylic vinylpyridine-butadiene-styrene terpolymer (ref.
JM Science's Potentiometric Titrator (COM-1700) can run four titrations and stirrers that easily allow end users to do different types of titration including potentiometric, photometric, polarization and conductometric titrations in parallel.
The end user can easily perform different types of titration including potentiometric, photometric, polarization and conductometric titrations in parallel at the same time.