This course is divided into two parts:
is the determination of the absolute or relative abundance (often expressed as a concentration) of one, several or all particular substance(s) present in a sample.
In this section we focus on one type of quantitative analysis titration
What is a Titration?
A titration is a procedure in which one substance, the titrant, is carefully added to another, the analyte, until a complete reaction has occurred. The quantity of titrant required for a complete reaction will indicate how much analyte is present. Titrations are a key tool in industry laboratories and for educational purposes
branch of chemistry that deals with the identification of elements or grouping of elements present in a sample. The techniques employed in qualitative analysis vary in complexity, depending on the nature of the sample.