• WordNet 3.6
    • n titer the concentration of a solution as determined by titration
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n titer In chem.: The strength of a standard solution used in titration in volumetric chemical analysis.
    • n titer Inaccurately, the amount of a standard solution required in a given analysis.
    • n titer See number, 17.
    • titer Old spellings of titter, titterer.
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In literature:

Titer (fatty acids) 49 deg.C.
"Cocoa and Chocolate" by Arthur W. Knapp
Over all this was a pollynays, with panyers xtendin from the neck, down to the waste line and maid titer'an durnashun.
"The Bad Boy At Home And His Experiences In Trying To Become An Editor - 1885" by Walter T. Gray
I should say the antibody titer has reached the danger point.
"Category Phoenix" by Boyd Ellanby
Those especially important are the acid value, percentage unsaponifiable matter and titer test.
"Soap-Making Manual" by E. G. Thomssen

In poetry:

Beyond the city walls
In the open sun and shade, in pebbles and water.
In lagoons, valleys, woods and forests,
Mountains after mountains,
The dancing rivulets, fruits and flowers and the call of Titer
"Beyond the City Walls" by Arun Mitra

In news:

New Guide for Producing High Titers of Viable and Semi-Purified Spores of Clostridium difficile using a Liquid Medium.
Refined and Bleached Color Titer Unsaponifiable Matter.
Advances in fermentation and cell culture techniques have greatly increased the titers of target proteins in culture fluid.
Melt Point vs Titer Point.
So, when producing biofuels, production yield, titers , and rates are everything.

In science:

Seasonal changes in the behavior and plasma Titers of Various Hormones in Barheaded Geese, Anser indicus. Z.
Post-hatching parental care behaviour and hormonal status in a precocial bird