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Metrohm AG
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Metrohm is a leading manufacturer of instruments for chemical analysis. Metrohm is owned 100% by the Swiss Metrohm foundation and is represented in 120 countries by their own subsidiaries or exclusive distributors, respectively.

Metrohm is the market leader in titration and voltammetry and a leading manufacturer of instrumentation for ion chromatography, online analysis, near-infrared spectroscopy, and laboratory automation. Moreover, Metrohm supports their customers with unparalleled application know-how and service.

Metrohm is the only company in the world that offers solutions for all varieties of ion analysis: potentiometric and Karl Fischer titration, voltammetry, ion chromatography, pH, ion, and conductivity measurement as well as stability measurement. Laboratory software, dosing systems, and instrumentation for sophisticated liquid handling complete the Metrohm solution portfolio.

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