What is redox titration?
Redox Titration refers to some titration based on the redox reaction between the titrant and analyte.
Iodometric titration is synonymous with redox titration method. Iodine is a universal laboratory reagent because it reacts directly with an array of organic and inorganic substances. Since iodometric titration is a form of redox or oxidation-reduction reaction, it can accurately measure the amount of oxidizing or reducing agents in a chemical reaction. Also, it can be reversed to either direction in an iodine/iodide reaction.