complexometric titration


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complexometric titration

(kəmˌplɛksəʊˈmɛtrɪk)
n
(Chemistry) chem a titration in which a coloured complex is formed, usually by the use of a chelating agent, such as EDTA, the end point being marked by a sharp decrease in the concentration of free metal ions
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Complexometric titration was used to separate and identify calcium.
The topics include data analysis, acid-based titration, complexation reactions and complexometric titration, spectrophotometry, and solving a read analytical problem.
Essential metals like calcium and magnesium were estimated by complexometric titration while sodium and potassium were quantified using flame photometer (Sherwood 410, UK).