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Metrohm publishes New Application Notes (ANs) about Photometric Titration

Published: Tuesday, May 01, 2012
Last Updated: Tuesday, May 01, 2012
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Accompanying the introduction of the new Optrode photometric sensor, Metrohm presents a range of titrimetric applications using the advantages of photometric detection of the equivalence point.

The new applications cover a number of industries including the pharmaceutical industry, the petrochemical industry, and water analysis. The new ANs are available for free from the homepage of Metrohm International Headquarters.

The new ANs are:
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AN-T-093    Fully automatic photometric determination of the total base number (TBN) according to ASTM D974-11
AN-T-092    Fully automatic photometric titration of the total acid number (TAN) according to ASTM D974-11
AN-T-091    Fully automatic determination of the total content of Ba, Ca, Mg, Pb, and Zn in unused lubricating oils
AN-T-090    Photometric EDTA titration of zinc sulfate according to Ph. Eur. and USP
AN-T-089    Photometric EDTA titration of manganese sulfate according to Ph. Eur. and USP
AN-T-088    Photometric EDTA titration of bismuth subnitrate according to Ph. Eur. and USP
AN-T-087    Photometric titration of carboxyl end groups in polymers
AN-T-086    Photometric detection of ascorbic acid (vit. C)
AN-T-085    Photometric detection of sulfate
AN-T-084    Fully automatic determination of the total, calcium, and magnesium hardness of water samples by photometric titration
AN-T-083    Photometric titration of chondroitin sulfate sodium according to Ph. Eur and USP
AN-T-082    Determination of nickel by photometric titration
AN-T-081    Determination of magnesium in cement by photometric titration of the solubilized product
AN-T-080    Determination of iron in cement by photometric titration of the soubilized product
AN-T-079    Determination of calcium in cement by photometric titration of the solubilized product
AN-T-078    Determination of aluminum in cement by photometric titration of the solubilized product


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