There is too much difference in literature regarding the procedure for Boehm Titration and my efforts to find the original article which describes the method developed by Boehm himself has not been fruitful. Boehm titration is an acid-base titration method which is used to determine the amount of surface oxygen groups (acidic or basic) present on carbon surfaces (activated carbon, carbon black, graphene, carbon nanotubes, etc). This method is usually used complimentary with other methods such as Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) and Temperature Programmed Desorption (TPD). The method uses NaOH, Na2CO3, NaHCO3 and HCl and its main principle is that the number of acidic sites is determined under the assumptions that NaOH neutralizes carboxylic, lactonic and phenolic groups; that Na2CO3 neutralizes carboxylic and lactonic groups; and that NaHCO3 neutralizes only carboxylic groups. The number of basic sites is calculated from the amount of HCl required. My main concerns are: - Amount of carbon used - Concentration of the bases and acid solutions - Whether to titrate the filtrate directly or mix the filtrate with some base or acid followed by a back-titration - Most importantly how is the amount of each surface oxygen group calculated after performing the titrations?