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Voltametry (controlled-current potentiometric titration) is an electrochemical analysis method. It must not be confused with voltammetry .


According to IUPAC , the voltammetry method for potentiometric titration with controlled current is used as an electrochemical analysis method in which titration processes are followed with the aid of a potential-volume curve. With a constant working current at the electrode, the voltage is measured depending on the consumption of the standard solution. The method is used in the complexometric titration of metal cations.

Individual evidence

  1. Physical chemistry in analytics, by Ralf Martens-Menzel in the Google book search

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