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What is a titration?

A titration is the use of carefully measured amounts of a known solution to determine the concentration of another. They often involve acid-base neutralisation or oxidation-re (MORE)
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How do you do a titration?

Answer . You start with a small dose of medication and gradually increase it until the desired result is achieved.
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What is direct titration?

A direct addition of standard titrant to the analyte (in stepwise way) in the presence of acid-base indictor till the reaction is complete and reaching the E.P ( color cha (MORE)
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What is iodometric titration?

In this titration iodine is liberated .... Added: ... from (excess of) iodide by an oxidant. The Iodine is then titrated with thio (di-sodium thio-sulfate) and starch as i (MORE)
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What is titrate?

titrate is the solution which is taken in conical flask with aknown volume of unknown concentration solution
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What is Titration?

A Titration is a producers which used to determine the concentration of an acid or base.
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Why you do titration?

A titration is done to determine the concentration of an unknown solution. As an example, consider a concentration unknown acid solution. It can be reacted with a known alkali (MORE)
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What is titration solution?

Titration is a common laboratory method of quantitative chemical analysis that is used to determine the unknown cocncentration of a known reactant. The word "titration" comes (MORE)
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Why do you do titrations?

You titrate with a known volume and known concentration of material. By knowing how that reacts you can work out the unknown substance. As an example, titrating river water wi (MORE)
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What is titration and what is the purposeof titration?

Titration is the process of determining the concentration of a substance of a given solution using a known reagent. So types of titrations are neutralization titrations, red-o (MORE)