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Are ph reading is way off compared to are Controller reading. I found out that the Chemical co. is putting distilled water In are storage solution bottle
Regarding The glass pH measuring electrode, the explanation states that H+ do not cross the membrane. Instead, it is asserted that Na+ cross. If so, then
This site is really helpful, thanks for posting this. I really like how each topic is linked at the end to another page. I have started working at a water
Hi, Thanks for a great site. I have 2 pH reference junctions, one with a small diameter permeable diaphram and one with an obviously larger diameter
The function of the reference sensor is crucial to your pH measurement accuracy, learn why:
So, why do you need a reference electrode? Read more . . .
When dealing with pH testing you need to have an understanding of the basic concept of acids and bases. Read here . .
pH definition - or what is pH? Read more . . .
The pH measurement forum provides opportunities for the informal exchange of opinions, experiences and comments on different aspects of pH testing and measurement.
The first commercial pH testers were built around 1936 by Arnold Beckman in the United States and by Radiometer in Denmark. However, glass pH electrodes
To pick the appropriate pH electrode for your application you need to have a basic understanding of the different parts of an electrode, learn more:
The combination electrode contains both the reference and the measuring electrode in one housing, learn more:
Learn how a pH meter works; . . .
Learn how to use pH color chart . . .
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Learn how the pH sensor works:
Consider the following points before you start your pH testing: . . .
Learn why regular pH calibration is needed to ensure accuracy. . .