The Karl Fischer method of measuring water is known as Karl Fischer titration, and it is a form of analytic chemistry that allows chemists to determine how much water is present in any given sample. It is extremely accur... More » Science Chemistry

A double indicator titration is the process used in chemistry experiments to determine and analyze the amount and concentration of acids or bases in a solution at two end points. For example, when titrating sodium carbon... More » Science Chemistry

Titration is a common method used to determine the concentration or amount of an unknown substance. Chemicool defines a primary standard titration as an extremely pure reagent that has no waters of hydration and that has... More » Science Chemistry
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