conductimetry


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con·duc·tim·e·try

 (kŏn′dŭk-tĭm′ĭ-trē)
n.
The scientific measurement of solution conductance.
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Conductimetry is a useful technique to study this process because complex formation is accompanied by the release of ionic specie (in our case NaCl) with different mobility in the medium, consequently resulting in increase of conductivity.
Solutions were prepared with reagents of analytical purity (Merck) and conductimetry water.
The whey was characterized by titrable acidity, pH, conductimetry, proteins by the Kjedahl method, fats by the Gerber method, lactose by picric acid fotometry and sodium and potassium by atomic absorption.