Question by  pappu (170)

In biochemistry, what are titration curves?


Answer by  cucuwito (34)

Rate at which the PH of a chemical is changing outline on a graph of x and Y axis. this shows the srength or weakness of an acid/base.


Answer by  kf4vkp (295)

Generally biochemistry titrations are done with amino acids and use of a base and and an acid to determine the amount of acid or base that it is equivalent to.


Answer by  worker5534 (518)

Titration curves means it is a curves based on the status of the fully saturated matter and the equlibrium of the liquid and its point of saturation. Normaly the curves are very gradual.

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