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Metrohm is offering a range of monographs, the first of which presents the fundamentals of various ion-analytical methods.

A second group covers important fields of application, while a third group puts a focus on practical training in analytical methods for university students.

The ‘Practical titration’ tutorial is primarily intended for training purposes but can also be used to advantage in any laboratory.

It is intended to explain the theory in a simple manner and, by using practical examples, demonstrate how versatile and accurate titrimetric analyses are.

‘Practical aspects of modern titration’ covers the practical dimensions of sample preparation, and presents the basic principles of titrimetric analysis and advice on how to perform titrations.

‘Practical ion chromatography’ demonstrates that IC is not just an analytical exaltation, but that it can provide fast answers to basic questions such as: is the drinking water suitable for baby food?; how much nitrate is there in the spinach?; or is the wastewater hazardous to the environment? A separate theoretical part provides the theoretical background to understand the practical aspects.

‘Practical voltammetry’ details 13 experiments that are intended to introduce the reader to the basic principles of polarography and voltammetry using a mercury electrode, and provide examples showing the use of these methods in analytical chemistry.

‘Practical thermometric titrimetry’ is intended primarily for practicing industrial analytical chemists as an introduction to the technique of thermometric titrimetry.

The main purpose is to describe the basics of the technique as well as a range of applications that are suitable for use with the 859 Titrotherm thermometric titration system.

‘Voltammetric analysis methods in electroplating’ presents 77 methods for determining a range of components of galvanic baths and sewages.

Analysis of water samples and water explains which parameters and water constituents can be analyzed with Metrohm instruments.

Air monitoring by ion chromatography is a reference book for different types of air analysis.

‘Water determination by Karl Fischer titration’ describes the basics of Karl Fischer titration.

It covers the KF reagents, chemical reactions, volumetric and coulometric titration and the various detection methods, but also deals with aspects such as interfering side reactions and sample-preparation techniques.

The second part of the monograph contains detailed procedures for the determination of water in different samples and covers more than 900 substances.

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