A Comparative Study of Microscale and Standard Burets
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Journal of Chemical Education
American Chemical Society
This paper describes a comparative study of the performance of microscale titrations using 2-mL microscale burets with those using Beral pipets and normal 50- and 10-mL burets. The usefulness of a microburet in general and analytical chemistry is demonstrated by presenting results from acid-base, oxidation-reduction, precipitation, complexometric, and pH titrations. Several versatile features of using a microscale buret such as cost effectiveness, time savings, and accessibility for the physically challenged has been emphasized.
Singh, M. M.,
McGowan, C. B.,
Pike, R. M.
(2000). A Comparative Study of Microscale and Standard Burets. Journal of Chemical Education, 77(5), 625-626.
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