Titrations: A Laboratory Simulation

Authors: R.J. Lancashire Department of Chemistry, UWI, Mona, Kgn7 JAMAICA, (robert.lancashire@uwimona.edu.jm)
(the late) A.G.Booth Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK

This program which ran under early versions of MS-Windows, allowed students to experiment with different titration protocols.

It fails to run under Windows 10.

An alternative is to use the on-line JavaScript application developed by Prof Peter Bird at Concordia University.

titration program screen dump

Titr.exe could be used to teach the principles of titrations and had a small database of known samples built in and also allowed for samples of unknown pK to be titrated or for samples with known pK's but unknown concentration.

The program had been used as a "dry practical" to complement conventional practicals and had the advantage that the electrodes couldn't be broken!!

MS-Windows Version, size=73216 Although written for Windows 3.1, it did work under early 32-bit Windows successfully.

Help on Calculations

zip file containing program and help, size=39,669

Information on pH and logarithms is available.

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