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Volumetric Titration: A Step-by-Step Guide to Correct Results



Titration is one of the most basic analytical methods for chemical analysis. However, even power users sometimes struggle with the quality of their titrations. In this expert webinar, we explore the basics of volumetric titration and present tips and advice to help you make sure that your titration results are always precise and reproducible. The following topics will be addressed:

1. What is the most suitable titration method for my sample or sample matrix?

  • Photometric vs. potentiometric titration
  • Direct vs. back (residual) titration
  • End point vs. equivalent point titration

2. Hardware selection

  • Sensor/burette size/stirrer

3. Reagent selection

  • Buffer solutions/titrant/standard reference reagents

4. Method development & validation

  • Titration modes & parameters
  • Method validation (selectivity, linearity, accuracy & reproducibility)

Key Learning Objectives

  • How to select the proper hardware and the right chemistry for your titrations
  • How to optimize titration performance depending on your application
  • How to verify the suitability and accuracy of a titration method
  • How to convert manual titration methods into automated procedures

Who Should Attend?

This webinar will be of particular interest to people in charge of developing or qualifying volumetric titrations, especially lab technicians, lab managers and quality assurance professionals

Certificate of Attendance

All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, including a learning outcomes summary, for continuing education purposes.


Angela Schwehn

Angela Schwehn


Chemical Laboratory Technician

Angela is a chemical laboratory engineer in the Life Science R&D department at Merck. She has more than 15 years’ experience in modern volumetric titration and Karl Fischer titration and is responsible for new development of reagents and standards in the field of volumetric titration and Karl Fischer titration.

Christian Haider

Christian Haider

Metrohm AG

Application Specialist

Dr. Haider joined Metrohm AG in 2002 as Application Specialist Titration. He leads the Competence Center Titration that is specialized on all different titration techniques, pH and conductivity measurement, titration automation and software.

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