Analytical Chemistry

Measure Twice

What are some different types of titrations?

We already considered the titration of a base by an acid. Certainly acids can also be titrated by bases, but there are also many other types of titrations, so let’s look at just two more.


In a titration, two solutions—one of a known concentration and one of an unknown concentration— are slowly combined until a reaction occurs. When that happens, the concentration of the second solution can be determined.


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