Titration Fundamentals

 


Online Course Description:
A titration can be used to determine the unknown concentration of a substance (the "analyte") by slowly adding measured quantities of another substance (the "titrant") which reacts with the analyte in a known proportion. There are several different types of titrations, including acid-base, redox, precipitation, and complex-formation. The titration endpoint can be signaled by an added color-changing substance, an electrical property of the solution, or a visible change to the titrant or analyte. The endpoint corresponds to or is very close to the “equivalence point,” the point at which all of the analyte and titrant have reacted, and the volume of titrant used to reach the endpoint can then be used to calculate the analyte concentration.

 
Language: English
Training Time: Individual Module, 26 minutes
ACCESS: 5 days
Delivery Format: Concise narrated animation of components and processes.

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Titration Fundamentals

Titration Fundamentals
Item Code: ELC-032.12
63.00

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