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The application of potentiometric techniques to study complexation reactions at the mineral/water interface



The application of potentiometric techniques to study complexation reactions at the mineral/water interface



Aquatic Sciences 55(4): 324-335



The most widely used technique to characterize the acid/base and complexing properties of hydrous particle surfaces is based on potentiometric titrations. Properly applied it provides accurate data over wide concentration ranges and, with help of automatic measuring and data collecting systems.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00877277

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