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Titration is a common laboratory method of quantitative chemical analysis that is used to determine the unknown concentration of a known reactant.
Titration may also refer to:
- Acid-base titration, based on the neutralization reaction
- Redox titration, based on an oxidation-reduction reaction
- Complexometric titration, based on the formation of a complex between the analyte and the titrant
- Zeta potential titration characterizes heterogeneous systems such as colloids
- Thermometric titration, an instrumental technique
- In medicine, titration is the process of gradually adjusting the dose of a medication until optimal results are reached
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