How is the total hardness of water determined by complexometric titration?

The total hardness of water is determined by joint titration of calcium and magnesium ions with a solution of complexone III (Trilon B) in an ammonia buffer solution (pH = 10) in the presence of an indicator of eriochrome black T.

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