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Design and construction of a personal-computer-based automatic titrator

By D.G. Kinniburgh, C.J. Milne and P. Venema


We designed and constructed an automatic titrator that uses a personal computer (PC) and commercially available components. The titrator can be used for a wide variety of tasks including pH logging, titrations (including «salt titrations»), and two-way pH stats. The titrator is programmed using a simple command language that enables it to carry out a timed sequence of commands. Examples are given that illustrate the titrator's use for: conventional acid-base titration using dynamic dose sizing; the base-acid-base titration of an acid soil; and the automatic determination of Cd binding by humic acid at a fixed p

Publisher: Soil Science Society of America
Year: 1995
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