Titration

Nova’s chemical metrology products leverage titration, a quantitative analysis method for measuring the concentration of components in liquids. Titration has been improved constantly since its introduction many years before, making it a well-established technique and one of today’s most popular methods worldwide. Modern titration techniques are fully automated and use high-precision dispensing devices, sensitive probes, and intelligent algorithms for analysis execution and evaluation.

Titration

Highlights and Benefits

Calibration-Free

High Accuracy

Multiple Variations

High Adaptability

Multiple Sensors

Calibration-Free

High Accuracy

Multiple Variations

High Adaptability

Multiple Sensors

Calibration-Free

Titration is an absolute analysis technique that requires no calibration

High Accuracy

Executed using a high-precision dispensing device and sensitive, optimized for the analyte probe that leverages an extremely accurate and linear analytic technique to ensure outstanding accuracy and repeatability

Multiple Variations

Offers a range of options given its large array of available chemical reactions, types of detection, probe kinds and materials

High Adaptability

Easily adapts to varied concentrations of titrant, sample volume and dosing parameters

Multiple Sensors

Equipped with a wide range of maintenance-free sensors (e.g. pH, redox, ion-selective, color)

Titration

The titration process requires a defined chemical reaction, a sensor that monitors the reaction, and stable titration reagents (titrants). The analyte, a well-defined, accurate volume of the sample containing the component to be measured, is initially placed in a vessel equipped with a stirrer and the sensor. The titrants are dispensed stepwise while being constantly stirred. The signal from the sensor is continuously recorded to determine the end of the chemical reaction, known as the equivalence point or endpoint. The volume and concentration of the titrant required to reach the endpoint is then used to calculate the component concentration.

 

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