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titrate

 [ti´trāt]
to analyze by titration.

ti·trate

(tī'trāt),
To analyze volumetrically by a solution (the titrant) of known strength to an end point.

ti·trate

(tī'trāt)
To analyze volumetrically by a solution (the titrant) of known strength to an end point.

Titrate

To analyze the best end point (for dose) for a medication.

titrate

to analyze by titration, to neutralize.
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Milk and milk products-determination of titrable acidity and value pH-test method, Iranian National, 2006.
Les acidites titrables sont comprises entre 2,5 meq/100 g (FBbNF) et 3,75 meq/100 g (de farine de soja).
Camel milk samples analyzed have a titrable acidity near standards and similar to those given by several authors.
On the basis of our experience, it is concluded that conscious sedation by propofol infusion along with loco-regional anaesthesia, offers a useful, easily titrable and patient satisfying alternative to cataract surgery under loco-regional anaesthesia alone.
Total titrable acidity was determined by the method, described by Ranganna (1977) (6).
Each sample was analysed for volume, pH, Calcium (mg %), Inorganic phosphorus (mg %), Creatinine (mg %), Titrable acidity (mg %) and Titrable ammonia (mg %).
These samples were analyzed for moisture, ash, fat, protein, lactose, total solids, solid non-fat, energy contents, pH, titrable acidity and sensory characteristics.
1]; post-test velocity, perforation distance was standardized at 5 mm; f) total titrable acidity determined by sample titration, ground in polytron with a solution of 0.
There is no direct relationship between fruit, Brix or titrable acidity levels and the berry aromatic sequence stages, meaning that fresh, neutral and mature stages can be reached at the same Brix value.
During the harvesting period, morphological measurements and chemical analysis carried out on samples of 20 mature fruits regarding: fruit weight (g), length (mm) and diameter (mm), shape, external color, neck length (mm), ostiole width (mm) and type, skin cracks, internal color, skin thickness (mm), flesh thickness (mm), fruit cavity, total soluble solids TSS (degBrix), pH and titrable acidity (citric acid %).