An animation of a titration

Titration is a method of finding out concentrations of a reactant.

It is used by adding the titrant from a burette, to find out an exact value when the titration is complete.

The endpoint of the titration is usually determined by an indicator.

Normally, titration works with acids and bases, and uses visual indicators that show when a certain pH level has been reached, such as phenolphthalein.

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