When was titration first used?

Answer In 1855, Friedrich Morhn, a German chemist, used and defined titration as a method to weigh liquids without the use of scales for a more accurate measurement, even though is must be completed three... Read More »

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Who developed titration?

Francois Antoine Henri Descroizilles, a French chemist, was the first to develop titration, a way of analyzing the concentration level of a substance, according to a research paper, "Titrations and... Read More »

What is the opposite of titration?

Titration is the gradual adding of measured amounts of one substance to another to elicit a reaction. The opposite of titration is to quickly add estimated, not precise, amounts of one substance to... Read More »

How to Perform a Titration?

A titration is a technique used in chemistry to help determine the concentration of a reactant mixed in with an unknown. When done correctly and carefully, a titration will yield very precise resul... Read More »

How does titration work?

Titration is used to find the molarity of an acid or base. Titration involves adding a solution that will react with a solution of unknown concentration, as well as an indicator that will change co... Read More »