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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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Titratable high-alert medications were identified using The Ottawa Hospital's high-alert medication list and categorized by therapeutic class (The Ottawa Hospital Safe Medication Practices Subcommittee, 2011).
p,C] (24 | 3), of different soil properties using Mahalanobis, diagonal and Euclidean metrics TAA, Titratable actual acidity; ECEC, effective cation exchange capacity.
Average color index values (L, a* and b*), firmness (N), total titratable acidity (TTA--% citric acid), total soluble solids (TSS, expressed in [omicron]Brix), pH and vitamin C (AA--mg ascorbic acid 100 [g.
Fruit quality attributes measured at harvest included flesh firmness, soluble solids concentration, titratable acidity and dry matter (Crisosto, Hasey et al.
Despite the above-mentioned influential parameters of the sour taste, the pH-values as well as the value of total titratable acid content does not permit a final statement on the taste of coffee, because the total acid content as referred to above is composed of a mixture of various acids.
Table 2: pH, titratable acidity and total soluble solids content of fruit juices Fruit pH Titratable acidity sample (%) AFJ 4.
Frozen samples were oven-dried at 80[degrees]C in a fan-forced oven and analysed for chromium reducible sulfur (ScR, Method 22B; method code from Ahem et aL 2004), titratable actual acidity (TAA, 23F), KCl pH ([pHK.
Scientists have examined the effect of HHP on the microbial load and quality parameters--color, texture, pH, titratable acidity, soluble solids and total solids--of two Spanish papaya cultivars (Maradol and BH65) and one Brazilian cultivar (Sunrise).
The researchers concluded that "season clearly affected fruit colour development, whereas harvest date, fruit firmness, fruit size, soluble solid concentration, titratable acidity, and maturity were not consistently affected by the use of reflective film.
Of 11 parameters examined, organic crops had significantly higher phosphorus content and titratable acidity (which is not a nutrient but a food processing metric) whereas conventional crops had higher nitrogen content.