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Architect Karl Fischer died peacefully at his home in Vermont on March 12, 2019 surrounded by family.
ROMIL's Hi-Dry anhydrous solvents deliver low water levels of 50 ppm (0.0050%) or less, with many products routinely manufactured to below 5 ppm (0.0005%) using coulometric Karl Fischer analysis to ensure specifications are met.
However, some authors have demonstrated that with the use of fiberglass paper it is possible to minimize the decomposition reactions of sugars present in the food and to develop methods of drying in oven and thermogravimetric that produce results comparable to those of official methods such as the Karl Fischer titration [8, 9].
The instruments are designed to bring accurate, precise, and efficient Karl Fischer titration to laboratories.
Laboratory methods mainly include sensor method, solvent reflux, and Karl Fischer titration.
The Vapor Pro[R] XL is a chemical-free, moisture-specific alternative to Karl Fischer titration.
The AQUACOUNTER COM-300A Automatic Titrator performs pH, acid/base, complexometric, redox, Karl Fischer, photometric, non-aqueous titrations, and ISE (Ion-Selective Electrode) measurements.
Because the instrument operates on the thermogravimetric principle to calculate loss-of-weight on drying (LOD), it is said to be less complex and more environmentally friendly than than the Karl Fischer titration method.
However, two well-known principles are widely used in laboratories and production floors: loss of weight methods and Karl Fischer titration.
The "Selected Titration Methods for the Food and Beverages Industry", and the thoroughly revised Karl Fischer Applications Brochure: "Methods for Water Content Determination" further expand an extensive titration brochure portfolio.