reag. Ph. Eur.
Analyzed in our ISO 17025 accredited QC lab
reaction type: Acid-base reactions
1.2 (20 °C in H2O)
1.00 g/cm3 at 20 °C
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APHA 10200-H describes a measurement against an extraction solution. When the method was zeroed using the stated reagents, no difference in absorbance was found compared with zeroing the method using water for analysis. It is hence possible to use water for analysis to zero the method.
Method: Spectrophotometric Color Determination at 420 nm Zero adjustment For each measurement series, a zero adjustment is required. It is recommended to use the same cell for zero adjustment and for sample measurement. The zeroing procedure for the measurement series is automatically prompted by the instrument after entering the %RDS value.
Titration is an analytical method to determine an unknown concentration using a solution of known concentration. Karl Fischer titration is a specific and widely used titration method to determine the water content of raw materials and finished products.