Titration Systems

Titration Systems
Titration is a common technique used in chemistry where a solution of known concentration, called the titrant, is added to a solution containing an unknown concentration of an analyte until the chemical reaction reaches a measurable endpoint. The volume of titrant used to reach the endpoint is used to determine the concentration of the analyte. It is a simple process and titrations can be performed manually (using a burrette or Hach Digital Titrator) or they can be performed with an automatic titrator like the Hach AT1000 / KF1000. For additional details on titration please download Hach’s “Titration Theory and Practice” guide which can be found quickly by searching the title in the search field above!