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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Thus, the priority purpose of the present work was to obtain reliable data on the thermodynamic stability of YBa[Co.sub.2][O.sub.6-[delta]] by means of three independent methods such as coulometric titration, conductivity measurements, and homogenizing annealing of samples in atmosphere with controlled oxygen partial pressure.
Stock, "Amperometric, bipotentiometric, and coulometric titration," Analytical Chemistry, vol.
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.
JM Science's unique AT-2000 Ammonia Analyzer is based on coulometric titration technology.
Procedures for determining lipoic acid by voltammetry and coulometric titration with electrogenerated halogens using the biamperometric indication of the titration end-point have been reported in literature [5].
JM Science's CLD-100 Salt Analyzer achieves speedy and accurate determination of chloride ions by coulometric titration method.
ANALYTICAL APPLICATIONS OF COULOMETRIC TITRATION IN UNDER-GRADUATE LABORATORY **, Rajeev B.
Selectivity of the ISE was checked by comparison with chloride concentrations measured by coulometric titration on a Model 925 chloride analyzer (Corning).
Most AOX/TOX instruments use carbon absorption followed by oxidative combustion and coulometric titration to analyze a sample.
The CLD-100 salt analyzer from JM Science achieves quick, accurate determination of chloride ions via coulometric titration. Measurement occurs when silver ions produced from the silver wire by electrical oxidization in a special electrolyte react with chloride ions in the samples.
The advantage that this coulometric titration has over volumetric titration is that measuring electric charge is a lot easier to do precisely than measuring volumes.