Published: Jan 1974
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This paper presents the basic information concerning volumetric terms, types of volumetric glassware, and the calibration and the use of such glassware. Errors introduced by the use of this glassware are described. In addition, the different types of titrations are illustrated and discussed. The effect of dilution of the titrant on a typical acid-base titration using both indicator and potentiometric end points is discussed. Ethylenediamminetetraacetic acid titrations and their uses are also covered.
chemical analysis, volumetric analysis, glassware, calibrating
Supervisor, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa.