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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.sub.2].
This was done in triplicate and the average volume of titrant needed (in L) allowed for the confirmation of the actual concentration of the EDTA solution using Equation 1.
Elaborated model was expressed by a nonlinear correlation between molar ratio of added titrant ([x.sub.add]) and pH value, described with one of three equations presented in Michalak and Chojnacka report [24].
L'edito a ete consacre a la conjoncture egyptienne, titrant [beaucoup moins que]Sauver l'Egypte du chaos[beaucoup plus grand que].
A sample of [H.sub.4][P.sub.2][O.sub.7] (concentration 0.10 mol [L.sup.-1], volume 10 mL) as analyte is to be titrated with NaOH (0.10 mol [L.sup.-1]) as titrant. To treat this problem, we must know all equilibrium quotients applicable to the dissociation of this acid as well as any other pertinent relation.
The percentage content of lumefantrine in artemetherlumefantrine tablets was determined by non-aqueous titration using perchloric acid as titrant and glacial acetic acid/acetic anhydride as solvent, and the end point determined potentiometrically22.
Dissolved Oxygen (DO mg[l.sup.-1]) = (ml titrant) (N) (1000) (8) ml/Sample vol.
Reversed L shaped curve was obtained on plotting current against titrant volume.
p-nitrophenil-p'-guanidinobenzoate HCI: a new active site titrant for trypsin.
The measurements were conducted from pH 13 to pH 2 by adding 1 mol/L HCl as the titrant. Each sample was measured three times and the average value was taken.
The end point was checked by one or two drops of titrant in excess to be sure that no further deepening of the purple takes place.
Argentometric method in which the water sample is titrated against standard AgNO3 titrant was used for the estimation of chloride.