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Over titration occurs when an excess of one solution, known as a titrant, is added to another solution. Titration is done to know the amount of solution to be added to reach neutralization.

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What is over-titration?

titration with out the analyte is called…….?A. Blanck titration B. Direct titration C. A and B D.All

What are the type of conductometric titration?

types of conductometric titration: acid base titration complexometric titration replacement titration redox titration precipitation titration

What are complexometric titration method?

Direct titration, Indirect titration, back titration, replacement titration and so on

How many tipes of titration?

There are various types of titration. It is dependent on the conditions used and the reactants and desired products. Some of them are acid-base titration, redox titration, colorimetric titration and thermometric titration.

Define the analyte in a titration?

1) The analyte is the substance in a titration whose concentration is unknown.

What is the endpoint of a titration?

during a titration when a titrant completely furnished the sample then this is the end point of titration.

What is double titration?

Double titration is a process were the first titration is used to standardize a titrant and the second titration is used to find the molarity of the unknow solution.

Advantages of conductometric titration over volumetric method?

'Conductometric' IS a special case of volumetric analysis, it's the way of measuring the endpoint of titration. An other method is 'potentiometric' by measurement of pH.

How does back titration differ from a direct titration?

direct titration involves the direct and stepwise addition of a standard titrant to the analyte whilst the back titration involves reacting a standard excess titrant wth an analyte solution of an unknown concentration, then reacting the excess (left over) titrant with an analyte of known concentration to determine the concentration of excess titrant.

Is titration a chemical change?

Titration is a chemical process.

What equipment is used for titration in industry?

titration sensors

What does mean by acid base titration?

In simple words acid base titration is a titration in which acid and base react..

Why you rinse titration flask with water?

To remove any substance that is already present in the titration flask from the previous titration

What is redox titration?

Redox Titration refers to some titration based on the redox reaction between the titrant and analyte.

What is a back titration?

A back titration is a form of titraiton in which an excess of standard reagent is added and then the reverse of the titration is carried out.

What is residual-titration?

Nothing.If you searching for it,then wastage of your time.

What is the function of phenolphthalein in titration?

to determine the end point of titration

Where can you buy titration?

Sorry, titration is a process and you cannot "buy" it.

Difference between precipitation titration and complexometric titration?

During a precipitation titration an insoluble precipitate is formed.Complexometric titration is a type of volumetry which use as titrants EDTA or other similar reagents.

What is a potentiometric titration?

A potentiometric titration is one in which the end-point is detected by measuring the change in potential of a suitable electrode during the titration.

Difference between acid base titration and redox titration?

Acid base titration involves neutralization reaction between an acid and a base. whereas redox titration involves redox reaction between an oxidizing agent and reducing agent.

How temperature affects titration experiments?

how temperature affecting titration experiments

The end point of a titration indicates the?

neutralization of reaction or completion of titration

What is colourimetric titration?

Titration in which the end point is marked by a color change.

Can a blank titration reading be greater than sample titration?