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Course Title: Practical Titration: Successful Method Development
Categories: 1 - Petroleum Analysis
2 - Pharmaceutical Sciences
3 - Polymers
4 - Quality/Regulatory/Compliance
5 - Sample Preparation
6 - Food
Instructor(s): Kerri-Ann Blake / Frederick Fiddler, Frederick Fiddler Course Number: 132
Affiliation: Metrohm
Course Date: 03/07/2017 - Tuesday Course Length: 1/2 Day Course
Start Time: 08:30 AM End Time: 12:30 PM
Fee: $325 ($425 after 2/18/17) Textbook Fee:

Course Description
Titration is a widely used technique and provides vital information for quality control, concentration analysis, process control and final product testing in a variety of industries. Take a practical look at titration method development for potentiometric, colorimetric, thermometric and Karl Fischer titrations in this short course. Case studies from various industries will be used to introduce basic and intermediate method development. Topics including electrode selection, troubleshooting and parameter optimization will be covered using examples from chemical, polymer, environmental, pharmaceutical, petrochemical and food and beverage industries.

Target Audience
Practical approaches are discussed to address challenges and achieve optimal parameters for titration applications. This course is ideal for lab chemists, quality control personnel, analytical chemists involved in method development and validation and managers interested in an in-depth understanding of titration applications and optimization.

Course Outline
Titration is integral to most industries and can involve wide variations in sample types. Consistently attaining accurate and precise results is very important and can be challenging without having an in-depth understanding of the core principles of titration and their optimization. The principles and concepts covered in this course will provide attendees with the ability to optimize existing titration, apply new approaches where needed and consistently provide titration data that is accurate and precise.

Course Instructor's Biography
Dr. Kerri-Ann Blake is an Applications Specialist for Metrohm USA in Riverview, Florida. She earned her PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Florida where she was a researcher at the Particle Engineering Research Center. Kerri-Ann joined the Applications team at Metrohm USA in 2012 focusing on titrations. She has since expanded her portfolio of technologies to include Electrochemistry, Spectroscopy, and Process Analytics. She performs internal as well as customer training. Kerri-Ann also has experience with writing ASTM methods and has participated in interlaboratory studies. Frederick Fiddler Director of Technical Support at Metrohm USA. Frederick has over thirteen years of experience in analytical chemistry spanning Titrations, Voltammetry, XRF and INAA. For the past 10 years Frederick has worked with the Metrohm group focusing primarily on Titration-related applications, specifically Karl Fischer, Potentiometric and Thermometric titrations across multiple industries. Frederick received his B.Sc in Pure and Applied Chemistry from the University of the West Indies, Jamaica.