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- n. That which titrates.
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- n. an apparatus for performing a titration
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She has been the regulator of weight; the titrator of substances; the veteran of a love triangle; the female artist who escaped the long shadow of a male collaborator; the commercial artist who passed through wildly different stations of commerce; and the canny performer whose utilitarian decisions and whimsical tastes became the totems and scripture of a tribe.
Using the memory cards in the package, the user can load all these methods (complete instrument parameter settings, including calculations and reports) onto his or her Metrohm potentiometric titrator.
If the titrator is linked to a balance, the weight of the samples does not need to be entered manually.
The Spectrosense can be connected directly to a titrator and mounted on a sample processor.
This reliable coulometric titrator has six built-in calculation modes to accommodate solid, liquid, and gas samples.
The Salt Titrino package from Metrohm UK includes a titrator, electrode, stirrer and burette, and is said to guarantee rapid salt analysis with accurate and reliable results.