noun Chemistry, Medicine/Medical.
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Evidently the greater the dilution, that is, the higher the titer, the more specific is the reaction.The Fundamentals of Bacteriology
Charles Bradfield Morrey
Those especially important are the acid value, percentage unsaponifiable matter and titer test.
In bleaching palm oil for 30 hours with air the free fatty acid content rose and titer decreased considerably.
A titer lower than 28 will prevent the finished kettle of soap from being capable of later taking up the filling materials.
The titer of a fat or oil is really an indication of the amount of stearic acid contained therein.