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vol·tam·e·ter

(vōl-tam'ĕ-tĕr),
An apparatus for measuring the strength of a galvanic current by its electrolytic action.
[volt + G. metron, measure]
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The electrolysis cell directly powered by 9 V batteries eliminates the requirement of a constant current source or a coulometer, yet offers advantages of coulometric method of titration.
* Since samples can come in many forms, the 917 Coulometer can be connected to an oven for thermal sample preparation supporting the broadest range of sample types.
The compact line comprises two models for volumetric Karl Fischer titration and two Karl Fischer Coulometers--V20: everything needed for routine volumetric Karl Fischer titration from 100 ppm up to 100% water; V30: all-around volumetric titrator with additional security features, comprehensive application possibilities and automation with the Stromboli oven sample changer; C20: routine Karl Fischer coulometer for determination from 1 ppm up to 5% water; and C30: all-around coulometer with additional security features, comprehensive application possibilities and automation with the Stromboli oven sample changer.
The line includes two models for volumetric Karl Fischer titration and two new Karl Fischer coulometers. The all-around C30 coulometer includes additional security features, comprehensive application possibilities and automation with the Stromboli oven sample changer.