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Continue to Improve your Titration Process with New Tips and Tricks with Special Focus on Food & Beverage Applications


Titration is a precise and widely used method to determine quantitively different compounds in food and beverages to ensure their quality and taste. Limits of impurities, exact contents of specific ingredients or decomposition parameters are set in national and international regulations and can be determined exactly with a titration method.

In this webinar you will learn how to optimize and adapt the titration process to receive correct and comparable results. You will also learn what you have to watch out for to avoid uncertainties and failures in your results whilst getting an insight into our latest innovation of seamless data transfer.

By attending this presentation you will learn:
- about the titration process and what has to be considered
- what influences the accuracy of titration results
- why and how do we need to determine a titer
- tips and tricks for the daily lab work to avoid uncertainties
- more about our new titration technology using seamless data transfer from the chemicals to the titrator


Bettina Straub-Jubb

Bettina Straub-Jubb


Global Product Manager, Karl Fischer Titration

Bettina is the global franchise product manager and lead expert for titration at Merck. She has more than 20 years’ experience in the instrumental analysis business, especially with Karl Fischer Titration, general Titration, Reference Materials and Diagnostics. Her responsibilities include improving and simplifying titration processes, drive new technologies and advancing applications and reagents.

She works always closely together with the QC and application laboratories for titration as well as with the R&D department to develop titration continuously. Bettina is a graduated engineer and holds a degree in Chemical Technology from the University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt Germany and a degree as Medical Technical Laboratory Assistant from the Medical Technical Academy Esslingen, Germany.

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