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Of or relating to measurement by titration.

ti′tri·met′ri·cal·ly adv.


(Chemistry) of or relating to titration, or measured by titration


(ˌtaɪ trəˈmɛ trɪk)

using or obtained by titration.
ti`tri•met′ri•cal•ly, adv.
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1 M NaOH solution, and ascorbic acid through the titrimetric method, using 2,6 dichlorophenol-indophenol sodium, according to the methodologies described in the manual of IAL (2008); content of betalains (betacyanins and betaxanthins) according to Lim et al.
The procedure used for salt iodine determination was the quantitative titrimetric method for determining iodine from iodate in salt since the salt on the Zambian market is fortified with potassium iodate ([KIO.
7 Salinity Argentometric method 8 Dissolved oxygen (DO) Winkler's Iodometric method 9 Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) Titrimetric method.
The titrimetric method was used for the analysis of the total base number, so the lowest values found on both stages might be considered errors because of the accuracy of the method or of the reading of the results, as in subsequent samples the total base number is usually higher.
3, and the extracellular carbonic anhydrase enzyme activity were immediately measured using the titrimetric method of Wilbur and Anderson with modification according to Rigobello-Masini et al.
Comparison between calcimetric and titrimetric methods for calcium carbonate determination.
Many reported titrimetric methods were indirect titrations and based on the reaction of unsaturated organic compounds interactions [3, 5, 6].
The lipase activities of CT-LIP and UC-LIP were determined at 37[degrees]C in this study, using the titrimetric method as previously reported [17].
Lactose contents in the earlier reported experiments were estimated by titrimetric method but spectroscopic method was used for the present experiment which seems to be more reliable and accurate.
Hematological parameters such as serum and blood level of selected constituents like lactic acid, creatinine and urea were measured by standard photo colorimetric method and calcium was measured by standard titrimetric method.
The content of Re(VII) in saturated solutions was determined with use of titrimetric analysis with Sn[Cl.