Would you benefit from some useful tips and tricks to improve your titration process and streamline your routine analysis? If so, register for this upcoming webinar
Duration: 1 hour
Titration is a fast and very accurate technique to quantitate a specific compound in your sample.
Learn what parameters could influence your titration process and how to improve your daily workflow. You will also get an insight into our latest innovation of seamless data transfer.
By viewing this presentation you will ...
- Learn the basics about the titration process and the importance to do a titer determination to receive correct results.
- Learn how to choose the right electrode, equipment and method for your individual titration applications.
- Understand the importance of a regular maintenance of the electrodes and instrument
- Learn more about our new titration technology using SmartChemicals to transfer data seamlessly to the titrator.
- Discover tips and tricks to improve and streamline the routine analysis for your titration processes.
(Global Product Manager Titration,
Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany)
Bettina Straub-Jubb is currently the global product manager for Karl Fischer titration and general titration within the Instrumental Analysis team. She has more than 20 years’ experience in titration, Karl Fischer titration, instrumental analysis reagents and reference materials business. She is very familiar with all the different aspects in the titration process and works closely together with the Merck KGaA Darmstadt, Germany application laboratories and R&D department to improve titration procedures continuously.
(Application Chemist, Mettler-Toledo)
Thomas Hitz studied biochemistry at the university of Zurich and completed his PhD in 2003 at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich in the Department of Material Sciences. He has 15 years' experience in application development, sales and customer trainings. He is a technical advisor for product development and supports complex automation solutions for General & Karl-Fischer titration.