Titration & Burettes
Titration is a quantitative method of analysis in chemistry. Known substances whose concentration is unknown (sample solution) are reacted with a measured solution to form a specific chemical reaction whose concentration is precisely known. The consumed volume of the measured solution is measured and the unknown concentration of the sample solution is calculated using a mathematical tool.
A burette is a calibrated vertical glass tube with a scale and with an outlet tap at the lower end. It is used in the chemical laboratory for measuring liquid volumes in titration.