Chemical Testing Service Assay analysis by Auto-titration

Technique Used for Determining the Concentration or Purity of a Particular Substance

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Assay analysis by auto titration refers to the automated titration technique used for determining the concentration or purity of a particular substance in a sample. This method is widely employed in analytical chemistry, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage industry, environmental testing, and various other fields where accurate quantification of specific compounds is essential.

Auto titration involves the use of an automated titration system, which typically consists of a titrator instrument equipped with a burette, a sample changer, electrodes or sensors for detection, and software for data analysis and control. The titrator automatically adds a titrant solution of known concentration to the sample while monitoring a specific parameter that changes as the titration progresses. This parameter could be pH, conductivity, redox potential, or another property depending on the nature of the reaction being measured.

The endpoint of the titration, indicating the completion of the reaction between the analyte and titrant, is detected either potentiometrically (by measuring changes in voltage), photometrically (by detecting changes in absorbance), or through other suitable means. The titration curve generated during the process allows for precise determination of the analyte concentration or purity.

Assay analysis by auto titration offers several advantages over manual titration methods, including increased accuracy, reproducibility, and efficiency due to automation. It also reduces the risk of human error and enables the analysis of a larger number of samples in a shorter period.

List of Common Anions and Cations Tested

List of Acid-Base- Mixtures Assay Analysis by Auto Titration

Acetic Acid
Ammonium Hydroxide
Citric Acid
Hydrochloric Acid
Hydrofluoric Acid 49%
Hydrogen Peroxide
Lithium Hydroxide
Nitric Acid
Phosphoric Acid
Potassium Carbonate
Potassium Hydroxide
SC1:Mixture of NH4OH + H2O2
SC2:Mixture of HCl + H2O2
Sodium Hydroxide
Sulfuric Acid
Acronyms and Common names:
BOE: Buffered Oxide Etch, mixture of NH4F and HF
BHF: “Buffered HF”, is another acronym for BOE MAE’s: Mixed Acid Etchants. Multiple combination of 2 or 3 Acids including but not limited to:
  • H2SO4
  • HNO3
  • H3PO4
  • NH4F
  • HF
  • HCl
Spin-Etchants: Mixtures of 3 to 4 Acids including but not limited to:
  • H2SO4
  • HNO3
  • H3PO4
  • HF
  • HCl
TMAH: Tetramethyl Ammonium Hydroxide

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