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07.06.2012, 11:22

Metrohm publishes new Application Notes (ANs) about photometric titration

Accompanying the introduction of the new Optrode photometric sensor, Metrohm presents a range of titrimetric applications using the advantages of photometric detection of the equivalence point. The new applications cover a number of industries including the pharmaceutical industry, the petrochemical industry, and water analysis. The new ANs are available for free from www.metrohm.com

The new ANs are:

  • AN-T-093 Fully automatic photometric determination of the total base number (TBN) according to ASTM D974-11 3502
  • AN-T-092 Fully automatic photometric titration of the total acid number (TAN) according to ASTM D974-11
  • AN-T-091 Fully automatic determination of the total content of Ba, Ca, Mg, Pb, and Zn in unused lubricating oils
  • AN-T-090 Photometric EDTA titration of zinc sulfate according to Ph. Eur. and USP
  • AN-T-089 Photometric EDTA titration of manganese sulfate according to Ph. Eur. and USP
  • AN-T-088 Photometric EDTA titration of bismuth subnitrate according to Ph. Eur. and USP
  • AN-T-087 Photometric titration of carboxyl end groups in polymers
  • AN-T-086 Photometric detection of ascorbic acid (vit. C)
  • AN-T-085 Photometric detection of sulfate
  • AN-T-084 Fully automatic determination of the total, calcium, and magnesium hardness of water samples by photometric titration
  • AN-T-083 Photometric titration of chondroitin sulfate sodium according to Ph. Eur and USP
  • AN-T-082 Determination of nickel by photometric titration
  • AN-T-081 Determination of magnesium in cement by photometric titration of the solubilized product
  • AN-T-080 Determination of iron in cement by photometric titration of the soubilized product
  • AN-T-079 Determination of calcium in cement by photometric titration of the solubilized product
  • AN-T-078 Determination of aluminum in cement by photometric titration of the solubilized product