Uncertainty of a pH measurement

by Lynn
(Richmond)

The uncertainty of a pH measurement strongly depends on measurement procedure and on the pH value itself.

The uncertainty is the lowest near the isopotential point and in the center of the calibration line and can increase by a factor of 2 when moving from around pH 7 to around pH 2 or 11.

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Junction potential
by: Joe

A major contributor to the uncertainty in pH measurement arises from the reference
potential of the Ag/AgCl reference electrode.

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