Titration equipments

Titration is a laboratory method of qualitative chemical analysis which determines the unknown concentration of a compound termed as the analyte. It is also known as volumetric analysis since volume measurements are significant in this procedure. The procedure involves dispensing small amounts of the titrant at a time, from the burette into the flask containing a measured volume of the analyte with some reagents and indicator. An endpoint arrives at a color change, which prompts the measurement of the amount of titrant consumed, to calculate the concentration of the analyte.
 
There are several different types of titrations, based on the type of reaction carried out per researcher requirement. The most common are acid-based and redox titrations, however, there also exist, gas-phase titrations, complexometric titrations, zeta potential titrations, and some forms of biological assays. 
 
Titration experiments require a number of spare apparatus and manual physical effort from researchers. Automated titrators are designed to perform titrations in a specific and efficient manner. 

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Brand: LABINDIA ANALYTICAL

Catalog No.: 10100001

Quantity/Unit: 1 Pc/Pack

Brand: LABINDIA ANALYTICAL

Catalog No.: 10200003

Quantity/Unit: 1 Pc/Pack