Autotritration is involves automating the traditional titrator so that the titration, results calculation, sample preparation, and sample series analysis. By incorporating an automated system user increase reproducibility and repeatability while simultaneously reducing labor time per sample.
A viscometer (also called viscosimeter) is an instrument used to measure the viscosity of a fluid.
A refractometer is a tool that can determine the concentration of a particular substance in a liquid solution. It uses the principle of refraction, which describes how light bends as it crosses the boundary between one medium and another.
A SpectrophotoMeter an apparatus for measuring the intensity of light in a part of the spectrum, especially as transmitted or emitted by particular substances.
Melting Point Apparatus
Melting-point apparatus is a scientific instrument used to determine the melting point of a substance. It typically consists of a heating mechanism and a temperature-sensing device to measure the temperature at which the substance changes from solid to liquid.
Karl Fischer (KF) titration is a redox reaction which uses the consumption of water during the reaction to measure the amount of water in a sample. It is the reference method for water determination because of its specificity, accuracy and speed of measurement. It takes place in an organic solvent.