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Titration and Ion Chromatography in the Environmental Industry | Sydney, 14 Feb 2019

Titration and Ion Chromatography in the Environmental Industry | Sydney, 28 Mar 2019

Titration and Ion Chromatography in the Environmental Industry Metrohm Australia has the pleasure of inviting you to our seminar where we will be presenting the latest innovations of laboratory instrumentation for the Environmental Industry. See and experience our solutions from semi-automated to fully automated systems for water analysis. With live...
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Karl Fischer titration, accurate moisture analysis in foodstuff

Karl Fischer titration, accurate moisture analysis in foodstuff

Safer, more reliable, more convenient. Volumetric Karl Fischer titration provides the standard in accurate analysis for moisture in foods. Metrohm’s OMNIS platform takes Volumetric Karl Fischer titration to a whole new level of convenience and safety. Contact free reagent exchange Automatic titration cell filling and emptying Increased accuracy of dosing...
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Metrohm Academy – Tiamo Software Training

Metrohm Academy – Tiamo Software Training | Perth, 28 November 2018

Metrohm Australia invites you to an academy designed specifically for the users of Metrohm's titration software, Tiamo. Are you getting the most out of your Metrohm Software? Tiamo is a control and database software for titrators, dosing devices and sample changers that allows complete laboratory automation, which is why the...
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Water in food. Fast and accurate.

Water in food. Fast and accurate.

Karl Fischer titration provides the right result, fast. When water content is required, Karl Fischer is the technique required. Water influences profitability and taste Besides of taste and profitability the water content of foodstuff affects its weight, its look and texture and the shelf life. Food safety is also directly...
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Surfactants Analysis and Pharmaceuticals

Surfactants analysis and pharmaceuticals

Which titration suits your requirements best? Surfactant analysis does not follow the standard titration application profile. Anionic surfactant, cation surfactant, non-ionic surfactant, dual-phase titration; each has it’s own intricacy and fine-tuning. It is enough to make your head spin. Where do you start for the best analysis method? How do...
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Faster Titration

Faster Titration

Improve efficiency and reproducibility in the lab with automated titration. Titration is the simplest of techniques. Anyone can do it. Yet it is common to see terrible repeatability for QC samples and reproducibility between analysts. One of the primary reasons is the time taken to perform a manual titration correctly....
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Citric acid in beverages

Simpler sample preparation. Faster analysis. Citirc acid is regularly added to carbonated beverages as it acts as a natural preservative while also improving taste. Of course, it is important to have enough citric acid to prolong shelf life and taste, while avoiding adding too much. Too much of anything is...
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Titration, a fast check for food grade oil quality

Cooking tasting a little off? Your oil may be the cause. From the obvious uses in frying food, to the small amounts added in baking recipes, oils are important to our diet and provide the basis for cooking in a range of cuisines. Rancid oil? One thing we don’t want...
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Alkalinity in drinking water

Alkalinity in drinking water

Public water supplies are vital resources and rather costly infrastructures.  High alkalinity concentrations in drinking water cause scale deposition in the water distribution system. As a consequence this scaling entails rather extensive and costly maintenance issues for the municipalities. Keeping the alkalinity in the desired range and thus minimising maintenance...
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Hardness analysis, lighten the workload

Water hardness analysis, lighten the workload

Water hardness, the concentration of dissolved calcium and magnesium in water, while not of concern for health purposes, is still a very important component of water quality. Hardness not a health risk, but ... Higher hardness in water results in scaling for industrial process, or more importantly, in the coffee...
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pH and Acidity in wine and other beverages

pH and acidity in wine…and other beverages

Look around in any winery or beverage manufacture and you will find a pH meter. In larger ones, you will also find a titrator. Why? Simply because pH and acidity have such a strong influence on the taste of wines and flavoured beverages that monitoring both is essential to ensure...
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