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Determination of acidity in volatile solvents and chemical intermediates according to ASTM D
Metrohm offers a comprehensive portfolio of separation, preconcentration, and other columns for ion chromatography. Find the suitable electrode for your application: The presence of acidic components in volatile solvents could be a result of contamination, decomposition during storage, distribution or manufacture.
An increased acid content in solvents could lead to a variety of problems like shorter storage stability or chemical corrosion. Using the Optrode for indication, the acidity is determined by photometric titration with sodium hydroxide as titrant and phenolphthalein as indicator.
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Determination of acidity in volatile solvents and chemical intermediates according to ASTM D1613
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