A titer lower than 28 will prevent the finished kettle of soap from being capable of later taking up the filling materials.
Evidently the greater the dilution, that is, the higher the titer, the more specific is the reaction.
Those especially important are the acid value, percentage unsaponifiable matter and titer test.
In bleaching palm oil for 30 hours with air the free fatty acid content rose and titer decreased considerably.
Any convenient means may be used for obtaining a temperature of 10° below the titer of the various fats.
The titer of a fat or oil is really an indication of the amount of stearic acid contained therein.
The titer, expressed in degrees Centigrade, is the solidification point of the fatty acids of an oil or fat.
The highest point to which the mercury rises after having been stationary is taken as the reading of the titer.
titer ti·ter or ti·tre (tī'tər)
The concentration of a substance in solution or the strength of such a substance determined by titration.
The minimum volume needed to cause a particular result in titration.
The dilution of a serum containing a specific antibody at which the solution retains the minimum level of activity needed to neutralize or precipitate an antigen.