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titrimetric

(tī″trĭ-mĕt′rĭk) [″ + Gr. metron, measure]
Employing the process of titration.
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Salem, Spectrophotometric and Titrimetric Determination of Catecholamines, Talanta, 34, 810 (1987).
Table 1 Structure and some physical and chemical properties of complex Cd(II) tetrafluoborates with isomeric phenylenediamines Atomic absorption analysis, % Titrimetric analysis, % Cd B (calculated/ (calculated/ Cd Compound computed) computed) (computed) [Cd[(OPD).
The amount of free formaldehyde that passes from resin solution and from stabilised soil into the air and water media was determined using the titrimetric method developed by the author, which is based on the interaction of formaldehyde with a neutral solution of sodium sulfite, as a result of which a formaldehyde-bisulfite addition compound is formed with the release of an equivalent amount of free sodium hydroxide.
31 collects representative titrimetric methods widely used and approved in the F& B industry providing a valuable aid for the development and implementation of titration methods.
The chloride concentrations established by the titrimetric analysis are expressed and presented in mg/kg (Vainalaviciute et al.
The complex of 1,10-phenanthroline with Fe(II) has been widely used in titrimetric analysis as a redox indicator and also for determining higher concentrations of iron.
At present, routine analyses of lactose are commonly carried out by using spectrophotometric [3-5], polarimetric [6], titrimetric or chromatographic [7,8] methods.
The solubility and thermodynamic parameters for calcium-silicate tubes are determined by a titrimetric method.
was determined using the EPA-approved EDTA titrimetric method with Eriochrome Black T as the indicator (APHA 1985).
Ranke Madsen estudio la literatura quimica del siglo XVIII y en su libro "The Development of Titrimetric Analysis till 1806", publicado en Copenhague en 1958, decia: "Hasta ahora no se ha encontrado indicio de que el analisis volumetrico haya sido usado antes de 1750-1760".