High-precision titrimetry
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High-precision titrimetry by Colin Woodward

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Published by Society for Analytical Chemistry in London .
Written in English


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SeriesAnalytical sciences monograph no. 1
ContributionsRedman, H. N.,
LC ClassificationsQD111 W86
The Physical Object
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20757358M

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An attempt at high precision with the iron(II)/dichromate titration, using refined equipment and an amperometric end point, is described: the observed precision was – p.p.m. for two. Joanna Kozak, Alan Townshend, in Encyclopedia of Analytical Science (Third Edition), Introduction. Titrimetry refers to a group of methods of quantitative analysis in which an analyte is determined basing on its stoichiometric reaction with a reagent of established concentration introduced to a sample gradually, in small portions until the analyte is consumed quantitatively. ELSEVIER Analytica Chimica Acta () Automated, high-precision coulometric titrimetry Part II. Strong and weak acids and bases Kenneth W. Pratt ANALYTICA C CA ACTA Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD , USA (Received 17th June ; revised manuscript received 22nd November ) Abstract Cited by:   The homogeneity of samples intended for metrological intercomparison studies must be granted without ambiguity. This holds equally true for aqueous solutions for which the determination of between-bottle variations requires measurement techniques with extremely high precision. Therefore measurement series were designed for automated analysis techniques such as titrimetry, optical Cited by: 4.

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