Hydroflouric and Nitric acid titration

Reply Wed 13 Oct, 2010 09:24 am
Hello, I have a HF and Nitric bath mixture that I want to sample and determine concentration. Is titration the best way to approach this? If so, what is the quickest and most accurate titration method I could use?
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Reply Wed 13 Oct, 2010 08:22 pm
If you look at acid types in the mixture you can determine the composition that needs to be titrated by a basic medium of known alkylinity. In othe words, if you look at the ionization potential of the acids in the mixture as a unit sum, you count them up then neutralize them with a particular base.

I leave it to you to find out the types of acids you produce from a mixture of HF and Nitric Acid.
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