Use of automatic potentiometric titrators
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, and the difference between the two signals is amplified. Then control the dripping speed of the titration system. The titration stops automatically when the end point preset potential is reached. The instrument is a computer-controlled dripping amount, and its structure is divided into two parts: an electric meter and a titration system.
1. For laboratory application of potentiometric titration for volumetric analysis;
2. Controlled titration of pH value or electrode potential;
3. Fully automatic potentiometric titration method for capacity analysis;
4. pH measurement - for laboratory sampling to determine the pH value of aqueous solutions, or the pH value of cosmetics;
5. Potential measurement - measure the potential of the electrode or other millivolt values.