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Titration is defined as a common laboratory method of quantitative chemical analysis that is used to determine the unknown concentration of a known reactant. Because volume measurements play a key role in titration, it is also known as volumetric analysis. Titration, also known as titrimetry, is a typical quantitative chemical analysis used to determine the unknown concentration of an identified analyte.
It is also referring as volumetric analysis because volume measurement is important in titration. In this method, the titrant is added from a burette until the reaction is finished, and an indicator is normally used to indicate the endpoint or equivalence point when the reaction is finished. The cover story of this month titled: “Quality Control of Pharmaceuticals using Titration Techniques” contributed by Metrohm India Pvt ltd. With regard to the quality and safety of drugs, authorities worldwide set high standards for the pharmaceutical industry. These are documented in pharmacopoeias in the form of official collections of recognized pharmaceutical rules. As legal tools of consumer protection, they ensure that drugs are used safely. It is only the measuring and test procedures used within the framework of drug testing that identify a drug and determine whether it is approved or not. To ensure these high quality and safety standards, reliable instruments and methods are needed. Read More..
The Life Science Group Sartorius today launched the new Octet® SF3, the first Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) system under the Sartorius Octet® brand. Read more
In this article, Microbioz India is pleased to share an exclusive interview with Dr Amit Asthana, FTASc on his home-grown research on diagnostic kits development in India. Read more
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Managing Director & Head of Product Development, Martyn Fordham has been working in the Chemistry field for over thirty years, going on to form Asynt Ltd in 2003. Read more