To ensure proper pH test results, you need to be aware of the factors that influence the accuracy of your measurement.
Realistic accuracy of your pH values:
Laboratory: ± 0.05 pH
Online: ± 0.2 pH
Temperature plays a key role in pH measurements and will have a big impact on the reliability and accuracy of your pH values.
We have already mentioned the importance of your pH calibration. Just a reminder, to achieve high measurement accuracy, the temperature difference between the calibration buffer and the measured sample should be minimized as much as possible.
The temperature not only has an impact on your pH electrode, the pH of any solution is a function of its temperature.
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