Refractometer Series Offers Fast Concentration Measurements of Acids and Bases
Oct 17 2019 Read 528 Times
Concentration measurement of acids and bases plays an important role in many manufacturing processes, from the quality control of incoming materials, throughout production, and up to the final application, for example metal treatment. One important factor to be considered is time, especially if fast results are expected, which is the case during the production process.
The concentration of acids and bases is conventionally measured by titration. Titration requires high amounts of chemicals, expensive standard solutions, glassware, and suitable indicators. Furthermore, titration is time-consuming and requires intense maintenance as well as the occasional replacement of parts.
This is the reason Anton Paar offers precise and reliable concentration measurements using the Abbemat refractometer series. From the concentration of acids, such as sulphuric and nitric acids, up to organic solvents such as acetone, Abbemat provides results within seconds. Over 200 methods guarantees a wide range of applications in the laboratory for raw, intermediate, and final products. The Abbemat refractometer series allows stable and reliable results independent from the operator.
Measurements with Abbemat refractometers are consumable-free, which saves money and helps protect the environment by saving a lot of hazardous waste.
Thus Abbemat refractometers should be considered as the method of choice when the concentration of binary chemical solutions, for example acids or bases, needs to be measured.
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