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titrate
American English: /ˈtaɪˌtreɪt/
British English: /tʌɪˈtreɪt/
, /tɪˈtreɪt/

Translation of titrate in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • Example sentences
    • To determine the exact concentration, titrating the hydrochloric acid against a solution of base, for example sodium hydroxide, would be appropriate.
    • Aliquots of the peptide solution were titrated to the micelle solution to reach a peptide-to-micelle molar ratio of 1: 220.
    • This solution was titrated with the HSA fragment by adding small amounts of an ~ 0.3 mM protein solution in the aqueous buffer and recording the spectrum after incubation for a few minutes after each addition.

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