Hello everyone! This is my second post on titration, in which you can see the latest version of the video. First, let me remind you briefly what I did last week. I found reliable sources on this technique. Those were the Vogel’s Textbook of Quantitative Inorganic Analysis and Polish National Chemistry Olympiad, which covered both theoretical and practical aspects, respectively. Then I wrote a protocol with the main points that I wanted to include in my video. This was really helpful in organising work in the lab. I made the first video, which I shared with you a week ago. All that is included in my first post.
The key word for this week of my internship was quality. I was working on improving the video. I basically re-shot all of it a few times, with different camcorders and settings to obtain the best quality. It took a while, but as it is the first video, finding the best device was a crucial task. I think I’ve overcome the technical difficulties quite well and I’m sharing with you the latest version of the video. It has the audio now, and it’s more or less the version I aim for in the end.
So, how does this version differ from the previous one? Very much. Apart from the previously mentioned audio and text, I added the opening, changed the way of showing the apparatus from photos to the camera slowly panning across it. I also improved the overall quality (I hope!).
I want to thank you all for your comments on the previous video – they were invaluably helpful. Again, I need your help with this one – please share your thoughts on this video in terms of mistakes or what I can improve. Feedback on quality, procedure or anything else will be much appreciated. Enjoy watching!