potentiometric titration


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potentiometric titration

[pə¦ten·chē·ə¦me·trik tī′trā·shən]
(analytical chemistry)
Solution titration in which the end point is read from the electrode-potential variations with the concentrations of potential-determining ions, following the Nernst concept. Also known as constant-current titration.
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Liu, Determination of the Degree of Deacetylation of Chitosan by Potentiometric Titration Preceded by Enzymatic Pretreatment, Carbohydr.
Potentiometric titration curves of blank (red) (solvent mixture: toluene/isopropanol/water) and of sample A2 (black) according to ASTM D664 modified method with 0.1 mol [L.sup.-1] KOH titrant solution.
[17] IEC 62021-1, "Determination of Acidity-Part-1 Automatic potentiometric titration - Test method," Int.
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These new test methods are: ASTM D664 (for acid number of petroleum products by potentiometric titration), ASTM D5291 (for instrumentation determination of carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen in petroleum products and lubricants), and ASTM D5622 (for determination of total oxygen in gasoline and methanol fuels by reductive pyrolysis).
The experimental data from potentiometric titration were analyzed with three models, assuming the presence of one, two, and three types of functional groups on biomaterial surface, respectively [20].
For a determination of the degree of acetylation, potentiometric titration (PT) and high-field :H NMR spectroscopy were used.
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The amount of IA incorporated in the shell was determined by potentiometric titration (41-45) with a Seven Easy pH Meter S20 model, from Mettler Toledo.