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titrimetric

(tī″trĭ-mĕt′rĭk) [″ + Gr. metron, measure]
Employing the process of titration.
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The water hardness values obtained from the titrimetric measurement procedures ranged from 10.6563 ppm CaC[O.sub.3] to 224.7954 ppm CaC[O.sub.3].
Hematological parameters such as serum and blood level of selected constituents like lactic acid, creatinine and urea were measured by standard photo colorimetric method and calcium was measured by standard titrimetric method.
Fruit acidity (citric acid equivalents by titration) of juice expressed from composite fruit samples was determined by following a titrimetric method (AOAC 942.15).
Strains revealed positive results were further tested by the titrimetric assay method (Kashmiri et al.
Kalembasa SJ, Jenkinson DS (1973) A comparative study of titrimetric and gravimetric methods for the determination of organic carbon in soil.
Synthesis, and also elemental, IR-spectroscopic and titrimetric analyses, measurement of solutions bindings conductivity were carried out according to the techniques given in works [5, 7].
Water quality--Determination of calcium content--EDTA titrimetric method.
Ascorbic acid contents was determined via the titrimetric method described in Strohecker and Henning (1967) and the results are expressed in mg ascorbic acid/100 g fresh pulp tissues.
Gravimetric and titrimetric methods were used to determine the presence of different constituents of chromite ore.
A simple titrimetric method for the estimation of reactive dye fixation on cellulosic fabrics.
[Ca.sup.2+], [Mg.sup.2+], HC[O.sup.-.sub.3], and [Cl.sup.-] were analyzed with the titrimetric method, and Fe was analyzed with an atomic absorption spectrophotometer.