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METTLER TOLEDO - T50
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METTLER TOLEDO - T50
METTLER TOLEDO - T50
METTLER TOLEDO - T50
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The first level of Excellence

The Titration Excellence line offers many advantages such as One Click Titration™, Plug & Play and method database. The T50 is the ideal entry-level model for the Titration Excellence line and offers much more than a simple titrator:

FEATURES

• Terminal with brilliant Touch Screen • Expandable with dispensing burette drives • Comprehensive communication connections • Preconfigured system application packages

SPECIFICATIONS
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-TElbouni
19 days ago
Titrator t50
Can it be used for silver assay?

If yes how accurate in comparison with fire assay method?

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-Jayme
a month ago
Results of Blank Method to be use in other method calculation
T50 - LabX 2014

I created a method to measure my blank and I would like to use this result in other methods calculation so I don`t have to do the blank all the time that I have to measure a sample for a different lot.

Could you help me how I can do it?

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-bensona
6 months ago
Poor Accuracy
We are using 0.1N Silver Nitrate to analyze Chloride. We run a daily system suit check with 0.1N NaCl as our "standard" to measure the system. Starting last week we began having issues with the readback running high at ~0.1015N but it was consistently doing this - %RSD with 3 replicates less than 0.5% RSD. We are now seeing the issue swing the other direction - readback is now closer to 0.098N Silver Nitrate but again it is consistently reading three replicates with low %RSD. There is a small amount of silver nitrate at the top of the burette indicating a small/slow leak because it was noted a while ago by another analyst while we were waiting for a PO to go through for a service visit. Is it finally to the point of not functioning due to a leak? But if so, why would it yield such consistent results? I would expect a leak to give results with more variance. (Also to note we tried a new silver electrode yesterday with the same results - granted it had been sitting in a box so that brings up another question of how long does a new electrode (or one that has been sitting) need to sit in the electrode solution before use and is there a lifetime in regards to the liquid inside the electrode and how often should it be replaced?)

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