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Materials Characterization

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Sandia National Laboratories
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Electrometric Titration

John T. Stock
John T. Stock
Department of Chemistry, University of Connecticut
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202 - 206


Electrogravimetry is a method used to separate and quantify ions of a substance, usually a metal. Quantification of these ions primarily depends on the rate of movement of charged species (ions) in an electric field. This article details the various types of electrometric titrations, namely, conductometric titration, oscillometric (high frequency) titration, potentiometric titration, amperometric titration, biamperometric titration, bipotentiometric titration, and coulometric titration. It also provides a brief outline of the applications of electrometric titrations.

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John T. Stock, 1986. "Electrometric Titration", Materials Characterization, Ruth E. Whan

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