Titration with Merck chemicals and solutions
Titration is a quantitative chemical analysis to determin the unknown concentration of any substance. Depending on the substance you want to analyse, different titration reactions can be used. Acid base titration is used for alkalimetry or acidimetry. Redox titration is used for bromatometry, cerimetry, chromatometry, chromometry, iodometry, permanganometry, titanometry and ferrometry. Precipitation is used to determine the concentration of silver nitrate, also called argentometry. Complexometric titration is particularly interesting for the determination of a mixture of different metal ions in solution.
Depending on the type of titration reaction, different mediums can be used:
- Two-Phase titration
The Merck range for titration consists of following products:
- Titripur® for volumetric titration
- Aquastar® for Karl Fischer titration
- Titriplex® for complexometric titration
- Titrisol® concentrates
- Titripac® smart packaging solution
- Smartchemicals for automation with Mettler Toledo instruments
- 3S reagents for automation with Metrohm instruments
Outstanding purity, quality and reliability for metal or impurity analysis, assays, or concentration determination.
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Certipur® volumetric standards are reliable and certified reference materials which ensure accurate titration results.
Supelco® SmartTitrants and Supelco® SmartStandards are Merck’s latest development in titration technology.
3S is an intelligent packaging solution protected with an originality seal. There is an automatic data transfer between the cap and the Metrohm OMNI titrator using RFID (radio-frequency identification).