- a standard strength or degree of concentration of a solution as established through titration
- the minimum weight or volume of a substance necessary to cause a given result in titration
- the point at which a fatty acid solidifies after being liberated by hydrolysis, separated, and washed free of other products
Origin of titerFrench titre, standard, title from Old French title: see title
- 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 temperature at which a fatty acid solidifies.
Origin of titerFrench titre from Old French title title ; see title .
(third-person singular simple present titers, present participle titering, simple past and past participle titered)