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What is a titrand?

There are answers elsewhere on the web. In summary, a titrand is the solution (or other substance) which one has in a conical flask or beaker into which the titrant is titrated from a burette. Full Answer

What is difference between titrand and titrant?

'Titrant' is the compound in the titration buret, mostly its concentration is exactly known. 'Titrand' is the substance which is being analysed in the titration. Added: A typical titration begins with a beaker or Erlenmeyer flask containing a precise volume… Full Answer