Xylem Analytics Blog

  • 11/28/2022
  • Dr. Lisa Wild

How to choose the right oxygen sensor for DO measurement in liquid media

In this article, we will tell you something about the parameter dissolved oxygen in general and the different measuring methods. After reading this you will be able to choose the right sensor for your application.more

  • 11/2/2022
  • Dr. Patrick Wolf

Measure NH4: Wet-chemical analyzer or ion-selective sensor?

You want to monitor ammonium (NH4) at a wastewater treatment plant or in a waterbody? And you wonder which measuring method is the better one? Then this article is the right one. Here you will learn the differences between an ion-selective sensor and a wet-chemical automatic analyzer and where they are used.more

  • 9/6/2022
  • Stefan Kaus

Titration Theory and Practice - A practical guide

A practical titration guide if you want to learn the difference between automated and manual titrations and the advantages of both methods, need help figuring out which method is right for your particular application, or are looking for tips on improving volume accuracy. The practical guide provides insights into the basics, methods and application areas of titration.more

  • 9/4/2022
  • Stefan Kaus

How to get correct and reproducible results in titration

In this article, you will learn how to optimally perform titrations based on a specific question and how to achieve accurate and reproducible results in the process.more

  • 8/22/2022
  • Susanne Gollor

Measure in muddy waters - reliably and plausibly with our guide!

This article is about the most important measurement parameter turbidity and the measurement methods in different application areas. Our turbidity experts have developed first-class measuring instruments such as the Turb 430 T and the Turb 750 T that enable you, as a customer, to solve your water quality determination challenges easily and quickly.more

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