Be sure also to look at the bibliography for coulometric titrations! These references are for spontaneous redox processes rather than the forced redox reactions of coulometry.
Potentiometric Determination of Chloride in Natural Waters: An Extended Analysis
J. Chem. Educ., 2012, 89 (6), pp 812–813
Redox Titration of Ferricyanide to Ferrocyanide with Ascorbic Acid: Illustrating the Nernst Equation and Beer–Lambert Law
Tina H. Huang , Gail Salter , Sarah L. Kahn and Yvonne M. Gindt
J. Chem. Educ., 2007, 84 (9), p 1461
Simple Potentiometric Determination of Reducing Sugars
Gustavo Seoane , Henry Moresco and Pedro Sansón
J. Chem. Educ., 2008, 85 (8), p 1091
Using Visible Spectrophotometers and pH Measurements To Study Speciation in a Guided-Inquiry Laboratory
William H. Otto , Cynthia K. Larive , Susan L. Mason , Janet B. Robinson and Joseph A. Heppert , James D. Ellis
J. Chem. Educ., 2005, 82 (10), p 1552
This can be done with the FS-522 and its on-board FASTSpec with a pH electrode using the new MicroLab software.
An Easy Determination of the Surface Chemical Properties of Simple and Natural Solids
Mélanie Davranche , Stella Lacour , François Bordas and Jean-Claude Bollinger
J. Chem. Educ., 2003, 80 (1), p 76
Indirect Potentiometric Titration of Fe(III) with Ce(IV) by Gran’s Method
Maria da Conceição Silva Barreto , Luciana de Lucena Medeiros and Paulo César de Holanda Furtado
J. Chem. Educ., 2001, 78 (1), p 91
An Easy and Fast Experiment for the Determination of the Equilibrium Constants of an Acid-Base Pair, Free and Complexed with a Molecular Receptor
Elena Junquera and Emilio Aicart
J. Chem. Educ., 2000, 77 (9), p 1215
Physical Chem class stuff, but easy to do.
Potentiometric Determination of CO2 Concentration in the Gaseous Phase: Applications in Different Laboratory Activities
Eduardo Cortón , Santiago Kocmur , Liliana Haim and Lydia Galagovsky
J. Chem. Educ., 2000, 77 (9), p 1188
CO2 – Potentiometric Determination and Electrode Construction, a Hands-on Approach
Eduardo Cortón , Liliana Haim , Guillermo Locascio and Lydia Galagosky , Santiago Kocmur
J. Chem. Educ., 1999, 76 (9), p 1253
Potentiometric Acid-Base Titrations with Activated Graphite Electrodes
P. Riyazuddin and D. Devika
J. Chem. Educ., 1997, 74 (10), p 1198
The Modern Student Laboratory: Determination of the Hole Concentration (Copper Valency) in the High Tc Superconductors: A Laboratory Using the Potentiometric Titration Method
P. Phinyocheep and I. M. Tang
J. Chem. Educ., 1994, 71 (5), p A115
Potentiometric analaysis of Cu(II) and Cu(III) in synthesized YBa2Cu3O(7-x) superconductors is described. Cu is determined via thiosulfate titration and followed potentiometrically.
Automatic potentiometric titrations
Chester A. Pinkham and Brownlee Field
J. Chem. Educ., 1977, 54 (9), p 577
This describes a titration of a mixture of chloride and iodide with a constant flow of AgNO3 solution, following the course of the reaction with a Ag electrode vs. reference electrode. This is easily accomplished with the MicroLab drop dispenser and drop counter along with the FS-522 unit and electrodes plugged into the voltage jack.
The simultaneous potentiometric titration of Cu and Fe in nonaqueous media
Robert D. Braun
J. Chem. Educ., 1976, 53 (7), p 463
A use for broken glass electrodes
John E. Davidson
J. Chem. Educ., 1973, 50 (5), p 375
Computer evaluation of titrations by Gran’s method. An analytical chemistry experiment
Timothy J. MacDonald , Barbara J. Barker and Joseph A. Caruso
J. Chem. Educ., 1972, 49 (3), p 200
Describes the Fe(II)-Ce(IV) titration reaction followed potentiometrically and analyzed with the Gran Plot method.
Composition of metal ammine ions
W. H. Slabaugh
J. Chem. Educ., 1965, 42 (9), p 470
Describes the determination of the stoichiometry of Cu(II)-NH3 and Ag(I)-NH3 complexes by photometric and potentiometric titrations. Suitable for general chemistry. Despite two widely different approaches, this experiment can be done easily with the FS-522 using FASTSpec and the mV input, respectively.
Formation constants of a metal-amine system: Potentiometric titration experiment
David E. Goldberg
J. Chem. Educ., 1962, 39 (7), p 328
This is an advanced inorganic chem type lab that lends itself to spreadsheet analysis.