Potentiometric Titration Do’s And Don’ts:
Each instrument has its own dos’ and don’ts, today we are going to see potentiometric titration do’s and don’ts.
Potentiometric Titration Do’s:
- Ensure that the electrodes are filled with reference electrolyte.
- The electrodes should be stored after use in the storage solution as recommended and not allowed to dry out. Label the storage vessel so there are no mix-ups.
- While rinsing and cleaning, ensure that anti-diffusion valve is not lost.
- Clean the electrode with tissue paper smoothly.
- If leakage of burette observed, exchange both burette cylinder and piston.
- If the dossing units are not used for a long time, empty it (By carrying out empty command).
- The electrode should not be located too close to the burette tip.
- Clean any leakage / Seepage immediately so that no further damage occurs.
- Always use nose mask while performing analysis.
- Exchange units must be cleaned from time to time.
Potentiometric Titration Dont’s:
- Do not dry the electrode.
- Do not remove the dosing unit from the device unit.
- Do not perform any analysis without anti-diffusion valve.
- Ensure that there should not be any air bubbles inside the electrodes.
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