Automatic Potential Titrator consists of two parts, the electrometer and the titration system. The electrometer uses an electronic amplification control circuit to compare the potential between the indicator electrode and the reference electrode with a preset end point potential.
Automatic potentiometric titrator is a common analytical instrument designed for capacity analysis based on the principle of potentiometric method.
The automatic potentiometric titrator is divided into two parts: the electric meter and the titration system. The electric meter adopts an electronic amplification control circuit to compare the potential between the indicator electrode and the reference electrode with a preset terminal potential,
The maximum amount of chloride ion complexed with 0.4g of mercury sulfate can reach 40mg. If 20.00mL of water sample is taken, the water sample with a maximum chloride ion concentration of 2000mg/L can be complexed.
1. Take the pH electrode out of the saturated kcl aqueous solution, wash it with distilled water and wipe it clean. 2. Insert the pipette into distilled water, and insert the burette into the waste bottle.
The input terminal (electrode socket) of the instrument must be kept dry and clean. When the instrument is not in use, insert the Q9 short-circuit plug into the socket to prevent the intrusion of dust and water vapor.