The main difference between industrial preparation of titrations and preparation done in learning institutions- as in task two- is in the processes. In industry a titration can happen without the need of supervision unlike in my own experiment where the presence of teachers/laboratory staff is a mandatory requirement. In industry machines are used and can quickly read and translate the results of the end point, unlike in my own experiment where the analysis is manually concluded, which leaves space for error. In classrooms we use ‘Class B’ glassware, which includes volumetric flasks and pipettes where as in the industry ‘Class A’ glassware is used which is more expensive, however, more accurate. In the college setting, it’s recommended that in the preparation of mixtures to avoid the formation of precipitates, therefore, it’s imperative to add lots of water. Different manufacturers use titrations for quality control. However, in colleges, the titration is done manually whilst a majority of industries automate this process. Therefore, equipment is programmed to measure the quality of a sample and the instrument performs the rest, this makes titrations in the industry more accurate.