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Titration and Ion Chromatography – Best Practices for Analyzing Nonalcoholic Beverages

18 Mar 2014 - 19 Mar 2014 - Metrohm Academy, Herisau, Switzerland

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The main focus of this practical course will be on analytical challenges in the QC lab of the beverage industry and solutions how to meet them. Participants will have plenty of opportunities to discuss any questions with the Metrohm application specialists as well as with peers from the bevarage industry. Topics the preliminary program are:

  • pH measurement: hands-on trial of electrodes, tips and tricks, troubleshooting
  • Titration: parameters such as acid content, Ca/Mg, vitamin C, and chloride
  • Titration: sample preparation, automation, and liquid handling for higher sample throughput
  • Ion chromatography: options & benefits of automation, troubleshooting, and practical tips

Presentations will be given by guest speakers from the beverage industry and application specialists from Metrohm.

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