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titrant

[′tī·trənt]
(analytical chemistry)
A solution of known concentration and composition used for analytical titrations. Also known as standard solution.
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The titrant measures the inflection point in the titration curve and calculates the ppm of free S[O.
Though aluminum ions are often considered to "interfere" with SC measurements, our most recent research has shown that under certain conditions of pH the aluminum ions can have a predictable interaction with an anionic titrant.
All the titrant dispensing burettes have data chips which contain information about the titrants that they contain, the expiry date and re standardisation dates of the titrants.
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The best way to avoid this problem is to use a titrant test kit, which will eliminate any errors.
Then, add Titrant drops one by one until water turns blue.
The flask was swirled constantly while the titrant was added.
Weak acids in downhole solutions are often performed by measuring the difference between the total volume of titrant used to titrate all of the acids and the volume of titrant required to titrate the sample after removal of dissolved carbon dioxide.
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A Mettler-Toledo DL 53 Titrator with a 10-mL burette was used for the incremental addition of the cationic polyelectrolyte as titrant (pDADMAC; c [approximately equal to] 1 mM).
To validate these observations, displacement experiments were also performed with HSA and PBZ-HSA mixture using 6-shogaol as the titrant (Fig.
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