WET CHEMISTRY





BTL Inc. uses various titration methods to determine the concentration of an unknown solution.



KARL FISCHER TITRATIONS





Karl Fischer (KF) titration is a widely used technique for water determination in liquid organic samples, which includes both surface water and water bound within crystals.


Applications of Karl Fischer titrations include measuring the water content in a large array of materials such as food, chemical reagents, pharmaceuticals and plastics. The concentration of water titrated may range from ppm to percent.



POTENTIOMETRIC TITRATIONS



Potentiometric titration is a volumetric method to determine concentration of a given analyte. Rather than using a chemical indicator, the electrical potential across the substance is measured as a function of the added reagent volume of exactly known concentration.