Titration means counting!
Together with gravimetry, titration is one of the oldest analytical methods. Both belong to a group of analytical methods that is based on chemical reaction. In a titration one determines the volume of a standard solution (titrant) that is necessary for complete chemical reaction with the analyte. The titrant contains a known amount of a particular substance. Despite many new, mainly physical instrumental analytical methods, titrimetry as a «wet-chemistry method» still remains a standard procedure for quantitative analysis today.
Simultaneous measurement (Up to 4 measurement units) (-710M)
Monitoring of temperature during titration (AT-710M,S)
Two different input signals on one screen (AT-710M,S)
4 inch large color TFT-LCD with touch (-710M,S)
Wireless (Bluetooth) (-710M)
Compensation of cylinder volume (AT-710)
Smart burette (AT/MKV-710M,S)
Smart electrode (AT-710)
Operation on battery (MKC-710)
Electrolysis speed: 2.6mgH2O/ min (MKC-710M,S)