Karl Fischer Titration Guide, Part 4 — Method Overview recommends the methods specifically suitable for each sample type and summarizes the various KF titration methods currently in use.
As many samples are analyzed according to Karl Fischer as many methods have emerged since the first Karl Fischer application to petro- chemicals. Currently KF titration is applicable to practically any type of sample or compound no matter of which origin.
This guide recommends the methods specifically suitable for each sample type and summarizes the various KF titration methods currently in use. The guide is compiled in table form for a fast and easy overview.
Karl Fischer Titration Guide. Part 4 — Method Overview.
Table of contents
1.1 Solid samples
1.1.1 Organic Chemicals
1.1.2 Inorganic Chemicals
1.1.3 Technical products – organic
1.1.4 Technical products – inorganic
1.1.5 Technical products – natural
1.2 Liquid samples
1.2.1 Organic and inorganic chemicals
1.2.2 Foods and technical products
2. Titration Methods
2.1 Volumetric methods
2.2 Coulometric methods
3. Sample Preparation and Input
3.1 Solids: Characteristics
3.2 Solids: Sample input
3.3 Liquids: Characteristics
3.4 Liquids: Sample input
4. Accessories for Sample Input
5. More Information
5.2 More guides
5.3 Application brochures