- an instrument for determining the quantity of carbon dioxide.
Origin of alkalimeter
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The commercial value of this substance is determined by the ordinary processes of Alkalimetry.
The quantity of alkali, whether hydrate or carbonate, may be found by the common method of alkalimetry.
Most of the processes described under Acidimetry and Alkalimetry are examples of this method.
Several synthetic indicators are employed in acidimetry and alkalimetry.
- determination of the amount of alkali or base in a solution, measured by an alkalimeter or by volumetric analysis
- an apparatus for determining the concentration of alkalis in solution
- an apparatus for determining the quantity of carbon dioxide in carbonates
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