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Titration: Fulfil Pharma Regulatory Requirements and Optimize Your Workflows


Titration is a fast and accurate analytical method to quantitate a wide range of analytical parameters and to assess whether specific analyte concentrations are out of specifications. Titration procedures in pharmaceutical QC laboratories are under strict regulations of the FDA and described in the Pharmacopeias.

Generating transparent and correct analytical results is and imperative to ensure high quality in the pharmaceutical final products. In this webinar you will gain a deeper understanding why it is important to understand influences on titration processes. You will also learn how to advance your titration process using new technologies to ensure data integrity, to meet quality assurance aspects and to comply with regulations.

By attending this webinar, you will understand and learn:

  • Titration process steps
  • Complying with Pharmacopeia regulations
  • Standardization of your titration system
  • Non-aqueous titration optimizations
  • Application examples for non-aqueous titration
  • Improvements of critical applications
  • Tips and Tricks
  • Correct and fast data integrity – seamless data transfer using digital titration



Bettina Straub-Jubb

Bettina Straub-Jubb


Global Product Manager, Karl Fischer Titration

Bettina is the global franchise product manager and lead expert for titration at MilliporeSigma. She has more than 20 years’ experience in the instrumental analysis business, especially with Karl Fischer Titration, general Titration, Reference Materials and Diagnostics. Her responsibilities include improving and simplifying titration processes, drive new technologies and advancing applications and reagents.

She works always closely together with the QC and application laboratories for titration as well as with the R&D department to develop titration continuously. Bettina is a graduated engineer and holds a degree in Chemical Technology from the University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt Germany and a degree as Medical Technical Laboratory Assistant from the Medical Technical Academy Esslingen, Germany.

Thomas Hitz

Thomas Hitz


Application Chemist

 Thomas Hitz studied biochemistry at the University of Zurich and completed his PhD in 2003 at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich in the Department of Material Sciences and Post Doctorat in 2006. He provides market support at Mettler-Toledo and has more than 15 years' experience in application development, sales and customer training, and as a technical advisor for product development. He provides support for complex automation solutions and is an expert in automated Karl-Fischer titration. 

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