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  • Making accurate pH measurements

    In this article, we will tie the analogy of. accurate time to pH measurement and show how to make more accurate,. dependable and believable pH measurements by using three pH sensors.

  • pH Meters and ORP Meters

    pH meters and ORP meters are used to measure or monitor potential of hydrogen (pH) and oxidation-reduction potential (ORP). pH is the negative logarithm of the hydrogen ion activity in solution. The pH value of a substance is directly related to the ratio of the hydrogen ion [H+] and the hydroxyl

  • pH Tech Tips (.pdf)

    The Concentration ratio of hydrogen ions (H+) and hydroxyl ions (OH-) determine the pH value of a solution. Any hydrogen activity will produce a 59.16 mV/ pH unit across the glass membrane. The measurement is expressed on a scale of 0.0 to 14.0. Water with a pH of 7 is considered neutral (H+ ions

  • Carbon Dioxide for pH Control

    is safe to handle, easy to apply, efficient and ecologically safe. When pH control is critical to your process or effluent quality, CO2 can be a most viable alternative.

  • The pH Factor: Why Measure (.pdf)

    Often, the first question asked regarding measurement and control of pH is "What exactly is pH anyhow?" The "p" in pH is actually a mathematical symbol for the negative logarithm, and the "H" represents the element Hydrogen.

  • Guide to Minimizing User Errors in pH Measurements

    Over one hundred different compositions available from many different manufacturers None exhibit completely linear pH response in overall pH range specified Maximum available pH range: -2 to 16 pH in aqueous solutions Optimum, linear pH range: typically 2 pH units less specified minimum and maximum

Discussions about Ph Schematic
  • Re: Elevator control circuit

    I need a schematic diagram of a 5-floor elevator, please help me sir! my email add is ajmguinahan@yahoo.com.ph...

  • Re: PA Mixer/Amp PCB Schematic

    My son is constantly tearing down and repairing mixers, amps, and whatever. He hardly ever replaces entire boards but sometimes it is necessary. No reason you can't just replace the capacitors if you can identify them. If not try searching online for places that sell the schematics. perhaps thi...

  • Re: Single Phase 240 Volts to 3 Phase 240 Volts

    Here you go. Miller 3 ph converter design. All you need to know about making a good reliable and stable phase converter of your own. I am the same guy there as here so I know the design works well!

  • Re: Converting 3 Phase to 1 Phase in Reverse?

    Thanks for the PM you sent me. I will try and work up some better details as I have time. Fist thingiI would suggest is looking fore schematics for 9 lead and 12 lead dual voltage three phase motors then read up on what a zig zag or 'Z" connection is regarding getting single phase form three phase.

  • Dover Elevator - Hydraulic Pump Shuts Off

    I have a Dover elevator single story 480 3 ph. On energizing, the hydraulic pump runs for about a minute and then shuts off. I have very limited schematics but I do see a pit safety switch in series with a power supply that could keep everything from working. Nothing is working but I have good power...

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  • pH-induced change in cell susceptibility to butanol in a high butanol-tolerant bacterium, Enterococcus faecalis strain CM4A

    Background: Though butanol is considered as a potential biofuel, its toxicity toward microorganisms is the main bottleneck for the biological butanol production. Recently, butanol-tolerant bacteria have been proposed as alternative butanol production hosts overcoming the end product inhibition. One remaining key issue to be addressed is how physicochemical properties such as pH and temperature affect microbial butanol tolerance during cultivation and fermentation. Results: We investigated the pH effect on butanol tolerance of a high butanol-tolerant bacterium, Enterococcus faecalis strain CM4A. The strain grew over a broad pH range (pH?4.0 to 12.0) and preferred alkaline pH (pH?8.0 and 10.0) in the absence of butanol. However, in the presence of butanol, strain CM4A grew better under acidic and neutral pH conditions (pH?6.0 and 6.8). Membrane fatty acid analysis revealed that the cells exposed to butanol exhibited increased cyclopropane and saturated fatty acids, which contribute to butanol tolerance of the strain by decreasing membrane fluidity, more evidently at acidic and neutral pH than at alkaline pH. Meanwhile, the strain grown under alkaline pH without butanol increased short chain fatty acids, which is involved in increasing membrane fluidity for alkaline adaptation. Such a change was not observed in the cells grown under alkaline pH with butanol. These results suggested that strain CM4A simultaneously exposed to butanol and alkali stresses was not likely able to properly adjust membrane fluidity due to the opposite response to each stress and thereby showed low butanol tolerance under alkaline pH. Indeed, the cells exposed to butanol at alkaline pH showed an irregular shape with disrupted membrane structure under transmission electron microscopy observation, which also indicated the impact of butanol and alkali stresses on functioning of cellular membrane. Conclusion: The study clearly demonstrated the alkaline pH-induced increase of cell susceptibility to butanol in the tested strain. Our findings indicate the non-negligible impact of pH on microbial butanol tolerance, providing a new insight into efficient butanol production.

  • Producing strawberries in high-pH soil at high elevations

    Scientists designed an experiment with 16 strawberry cultivars planted in two perennial planting systems in New Mexico. The experiments evaluated strawberry tolerance to high-pH soil, and determined yield potential in high-pH soil of the high-elevation areas in the US Southwest. Results indicated that growers can produce certain varieties of strawberries in the challenging conditions. The study contains recommendations regarding the most tolerant strawberry cultivars for the conditions and region.

  • Preparation of Novel Porphyrin Nanomaterials Based on the pH-Responsive Shape Evolution of Porphyrin Microspheres

    LangmuirDOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.5b00322

  • pH-Regulated Ionic Conductance in a Nanochannel with Overlapped Electric Double Layers

    Analytical ChemistryDOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.5b00536

  • Partition Coefficients of Pharmaceuticals as Functions of Temperature and pH

    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry ResearchDOI: 10.1021/acs.iecr.5b00068

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913 pH Meter

The 913 pH Meter is an easy-to-use measuring instrument for routine operation in the laboratory and on the road. pH or mV and temperature can be measured in parallel with one analog and one intelligent sensor and output to a large colour display. Important information such as charge state, quality of the calibration, calibration interval, etc. can also be clearly viewed at a glance. A PIN-protected expert mode protects the instrument against unintentional changes of different parameters...

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pH Ultra Probe

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914 pH/Conductometer

The 914 pH/Conductometer is an easy-to-use measuring instrument for routine operation in the laboratory and on the road. pH (or mV) and conductivity (or TDS, salinity) and temperatures can be measured in parallel and output to a large colour display. Important information such as charge state, quality of the calibration, calibration interval, etc. can also be clearly viewed at a glance. A PIN-protected expert mode protects the instrument against unintentional changes of different parameters...