Potentiometric titration of monomeric hemoglobins (chironomus th.th.) by a highly resolving differential titrator


The direct registration of differential titration curves using two glass electrodes is one of the most accurate methods for potentiometric titration of acids (or bases) (1,2). The essential advantage of this measuring technique is that errors in measurement caused by zero-point-drift of the glass electrodes can be completely compensated for and that errors… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00647505