amperometric titration

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A method of determining the chemical composition of a solution by measuring the current passing through a cell containing the solution; the potential is held constant during the titration for both the indicator and reference electrodes, with changes in the current being measured. The current flowing through the cell is measured as a function of the amount of substance being titrated.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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