Volumetric Analysis

Volumetric analysis is a quantitative analytical method of determining the amount of substance contained in a sample solution by gradually adding a standard solution of known concentration and measuring the volume at the time of reaction.
The standard solution is a solution containing a precisely known concentration of a substance, called a titrant, and this process is called titration.
There are various types of titrations with different procedures that can be classified as neutralization titration (acid-base titration), redox titration, complexometric titration (chelatometric titration), precipitation titration, and colloid titration.
FUJIFILM Wako offers various types and concentrations of titrants.

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