phase titration

phase titration

[′fāz tī‚trā·shən]
(analytical chemistry)
Analysis of a binary mixture of miscible liquids by titrating with a third liquid that is miscible with only one of the components, using the ternary phase diagram to determine the end point.
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If we take this ISO method, for example, the standard procedure is the two phase titration with the mixed indicator system disulfin blue and dimidium bromide