titrimetry


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titrimetry

 [ti-trim´ĕ-tre]
analysis by titration. adj., adj titrimet´ric.

titrimetry

(tī-trĭm′ĕ-trē) [ titration + Gr. metron, measure]
Analysis by titration.
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Greenhow, "Catalytic thermometric Titrimetry," Chemical Reviews, vol.
The chemical analyses of the powders were carried out by atomic absorption spectroscopy, titrimetry, gravimetry and spectrophotometry.
According to the International Centre for Metrology, isotope dilution with mass spectrometry, coulometry, gravimetry, titrimetry, and determination of freezing-point depression are primary methods, yielding results in SI units (moles) without requiring reference to a standard (9).
After ensuring that the material is homogeneous, one can analyze it for species of interest using classical primary methods of analyses such as titrimetry or gravimetry.
A number of different analytical procedures have been developed for the determination of hydralazine from pharmaceutical preparations and biological fluids including titrimetry [1-5], spectrophotometry [6-10], spectroflorometry [11], electrochemical at preanodised screen printed carbon electrode [12], electrochemical [13-14], high performance liquid chromatography [15-17] and gas chromatography (GC) [18-20].
The literature describes some methods for the analysis of ceftriaxone sodium such as bioassay [9], HPLC [10-14], fluorimetry [15, 16], titrimetry [17], spectrophotometry [18-22], and micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography [23-25].
The quantitative content of ascorbic acid was identified in accordance to the GOST 24556-89 (titrimetry method).
Carboxyl value, defined as the weight in milligrams of potassium hydroxide (KOH) required to neutralize 1 g of polymer, was determined through titrimetry. The samples were dissolved in ortho-cresol/chloroform (70/30 by weight) solvent mixture.
Total acidity, determined by titrimetry with 0.1 N NaOH, was expressed as malic acid in g 100 [g.sup.-1] using 0.64 as conversion factor (AOAC, 1998).