Definition of Titrations

1. Noun. (plural of titration) ¹



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Definition of Titrations

1. titration [n] - See also: titration

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Titrations

titmouses
titoki
titokis
titrability
titrable
titrant
titrants
titratability
titratable
titratable acidity test
titrate
titrated
titrates
titrating
titration
titrations (current term)
titrator
titrators
titre
titred
titres
titrimetric
titrimetry
titter
tittered

Literary usage of Titrations

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1. The Analyst by Society of Public Analysts (Great Britain). (1880)
"The following papers were then read and discussed : — " On Means for Increasing the Certainty of Perception of Colour Change in Various titrations," by Dr. ..."

2. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1908)
"... analyses were made of pure tin from Kahlbaum, ferro-tin, and Britannia metal with satisfactory results as follows :— In all the titrations with K2Cr2O7 ..."

3. Quantitative Analysis by Edward G. Mahin (1919)
"CHAPTER X titrations INVOLVING THE FORMATION OF PRECIPITATES The completion of the reactions of neutralization depends upon the small ionization of one of ..."

4. Quantitative Analysis by Edward Garfield Mahin (1914)
"CHAPTER X titrations INVOLVING THE FORMATION OF PRECIPITATES The completion of the reactions of neutralization depends upon the small ionization of one of ..."

5. The School of Mines Quarterly by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1912)
"Tin titrations.— Morgan. (Min. Eng. World, Oct., 1911, 757) The reduction of Sn solutions by use of powdered Sb previous to titration is more satisfactory ..."

6. Chemical calculations by Raymond Harman Ashley (1915)
"Back titrations. — Many volumetric analyses are carried out by the use of two solutions. These methods generally consist in adding an excess of the active ..."

7. The School of Mines Quarterly by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1912)
"Tin titrations.— Morgan. (Min. Eng. World, Oct., 1911, 757) The reduction of Sn solutions by use of powdered Sb previous to titration is more satisfactory ..."

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