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Publisher Description

The first semiautomatic titrator appeared in 1914, and a respectable completely automatic instrument was designed as early as 1933. However, interest in automatic titrations was apparently at a very low level before World War II, for these and later models certainly attracted very little attention. Continuous coulometric titrators were first developed during the war, and shortly afterwards (1947-1948) adequate solutions of the troublesome problem of constructing a potentiometric titrator that could approach an end point in the tentative, anticipatory fashion used in manual titrations were separately described by Robinson and Lingane. Activity in the development of new titrators now proceeds at an ever-accelerating pace, and a fairly high level of sophistication in design has been reached.

GENRE
Science & Nature
RELEASED
1959
1 January
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
234
Pages
PUBLISHER
Elsevier Science
SELLER
Elsevier Ltd.
SIZE
2.4
MB