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What is end point in titration?

Posted September 28, 2022


The end point in titration is when an indicator signals that enough reaction has been added to a solution to complete a reaction. This is indicated with a change in color or intensity. 

Endpoint in titration is different from equivalence point in titration. When the total number of moles of two solutions becomes equal, it is called the equivalence point. Endpoint generally follows the equivalence. It refers to the point at which the indicator changes color or intensity, signaling the completion of the reaction. 

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Tracer-monitored flow titrations