standard solution n.
A solution of known concentration, used as a standard of comparison or analysis.
Dilute with water, and titrate the residual iron with standard solution of bichromate of potassium.
For this purpose a standard solution of nitrate of silver isp.
This lead is made by putting a strip of zinc into a standard solution of acetate of lead, and crystals will then form on the zinc.
The number of grains of standard solution divided by 100 will give the grains of chlorine in one gallon of the water.
The turbidity is to be exactly imitated by means of the standard solution of carbonate of soda.
In this case the standard solution is run in close up to the end, and the operation is finished off with a few drops at a time.
The first material tried was white filter paper, salted and sensitized in a standard solution of silver nitrate.
A standard solution is made by dissolving 25 grams of potassic cyanide and diluting to a litre.
The titration may be done with a standard solution of permanganate of potash, or bichromate of potash.
The standard solution must be put in a burette with a glass stopcock, as it attacks india-rubber.