potentiometric titration


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a titration during which the pH is continually measured with some value of the pH serving as end point.
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The origin of these discrepancies can be partially revealed by plotting together the data obtained from potentiometric titration and CEC (obtained at the pH of equilibrium with the Sr solution, approximately 6.44), as shown in Fig.
The use of accepted model for a triprotic acid to describe potentiometric titration records gave a curve with three flex points (equivalence points of titration) [24], which was shown in Figure 8 along with the first and the second derivative course.
The mole fraction of N-acetylglucosamine residues ([F.sub.A]) was determined using potentiometric titration, as described by Raymond et al.
In Figure 1, we showed the potentiometric titration curve obtained for Ti[O.sub.2]-P25 Deggussa.
The wt% IA in the mixture of monomers fed to form the shell and that obtained by potentiometric titration as well the wt% IA that was incorporated in the shell are reported in Table 3.
The distribution of IA groups in our latexes was investigated by conductometric and potentiometric titration. In accordance with Fig.
Meanwhile, Japan Mint uses a method (potentiometric titration) for measuring silver itself by dissolving silver with nitric acid and titrating this using a sodium chloride solution in accordance with JIS H 6311(7).
They organized the material along the same outline as well, discussing the formation and properties of gibbsite, describing the experimental data that constrain surface-complexation models and the procedure followed to extract model constants from the data, examining the potentiometric titration data fitting and surface acidity constant extraction for gibbsite, presenting the available cation and anion sorption data for gibbsite and the results of fitting the data with the generalized model, and investigating linear free energy relationships for identifying trends in sorption data and predicting surface-complexation constants for conditions not yet studied experimentally.
Calcium was defined by method of flame photometry (Pokrovskiy, 1969); inorganic phosphorus--by colorimetrical method (Pokrovskiy, 1969); magnesium--by complexometric method; urine PH index, buffer base shift [BE], standard buffer system [SB], and ammonia in urine were defined using Conway method (Pokrovskiy, 1969); acid-base titration and pH were defined by potentiometric titration (Toderov, 1966), content of urine acid--by spectrophotometer (Menshikov, 1987), urine oxalate (Sivarinovskiy, 1969).