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  • n. A substance, such as a solution, of known concentration used in titration.

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  • n. The reagent of known concentration and volume used in titrations.

Etymologies

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See titrate.

Examples

  • · Generation of protonation diagrams and distribution curves of the equilibrium species of acids and bases as a function of pH as well as vs. volume of titrant.

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  • As soon as there are no more chloride ions present in the sample solution, adding more titrant results in free silver ions and hence a rapid change in the measured potential at the Ag-Titrode.

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  • · pH calculations - from simple solutions to complex mixtures (> 30 species) of acids, bases and salts in aqueous medium, including buffer solutions; pH vs. volume of titrant data analysis of simulated and real potentiometric titration curves:

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  • (titrant), leading to precipitation of silver chloride due to its low-solubility product.

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