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    How do you normally maintain accuracy in titration?
    How do you maintain accuracy in food tests ?
    How do you maintain accuracy in cation and anion tests?

    What types of equipment could be used to be more accurate in the titration , food test and cation and anion tests?

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    Sorry you've not had any responses about this.

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    (Original post by UCAS2017)
    How do you normally maintain accuracy in titration?
    How do you maintain accuracy in food tests ?
    How do you maintain accuracy in cation and anion tests?

    What types of equipment could be used to be more accurate in the titration , food test and cation and anion tests?

    Cheers
    For titrations, the titre values are always given to 2dp and make sure you are looking at the fluid in the burette at the same eye level so you could stand on your knees on a stool for instance. Remember to rinse out your equipment as you don't want any contaminations in the liquids.

    I'm not sure for food tests and cation and anion tests, I'm afraid. Sorry. Best of luck with the ISA
 
 
 
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