Acetic acid analysis kit, for determination of acetic acid content

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Acetic acid analysis kit

The most accurate of the simple determination methods for determining the acetic acid content during fermentation or in the finished vinegar is acid-base titration with a sodium hydroxide solution using phenolphthalein as an indicator. In addition, the vinegar neutralized with sodium hydroxide is also needed for determining the alcohol content; see Schmickl alcohol analysis set. The accuracy of the determination is ± 0.1% acid.

Use our online calculator to analyze the measurement results.

Delivery contents:

    • 1 burette (Duran® glass with glass tap on the side and Shellbach stripes (reading aid), class AS, 50:0.1 ± 0.05 ml, scale length approximately 500 mm, certificate of conformity)
    • 1 volumetric pipette (class B, 10 ± 0.03 ml, with ring mark, for full discharge EX adjusted, length ca. 440 mm)
    • 1 flat-bottom flask (500 ml)
    • 1 tripod mount
    • 1 tripod rod

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  • 1 burette holder for 2 burettes
  • 1 wash-bottle (500 ml)
  • 1 Pasteur pipette, plastic (3 ml)
  • 1 plastic funnel
  • Sodium hydroxide standard solution 1 mol/l (1N) ± 0.2% (1 liter)
  • Phenolphthalein solution 1% (100 ml)
  • Silicon paste Baysilone®, low viscosity (35 g)
  • 1 pair of safety glasses
  • Detailed instruction manual