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What is Titration Used For in Real Life?

Titration is an analytical quantitative method of determining the concentration of a known analyte by allowing it to gradually react with a titrant until an endpoint is reached. It has several industrial, medical, and commercial applications. Most students who have taken chemistry subjects in high school are familiar with the basic methods of titration. No matter what type of titration...

How To Carry Out a Titration Experiment

A titration experiment is the gradual adding of a known concentration of a reagent, called a titrant, to an unknown concentration of an analyte (the substance being analysed) until an endpoint is reached. Titration is one of the classic experiments in chemistry, and it’s done by most students at school.  Usually, chemical indicators that change colour are used to determine...

What is Titration in Chemistry?

Titration is an analytical laboratory method of determining the molar concentration of an analyte (the solution being identified). During titration, a known concentration of a reactant is prepared and gradually added to the analyte, while carefully measuring the volume, until a reaction threshold is reached. What is Titration Used For? Titration is very useful in the quantitative analysis of the molar...

What is Sodium Chloride?

Sodium chloride (NaCl), more popularly known as table salt, is one of the most common and important minerals on earth with culinary, commercial, and industrial value. This ionic compound is also essential to life. Many biological organisms would be unable to function properly without sodium chloride as an electrolyte component of cells, tissues, and systems. Sodium chloride is also crucial...