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  • 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. ./46346ba0-f629-4c2a-b80a-4780e49c2c7c Carbon Dioxide for pH Control. Environmentally Safe CO2 Technology. for pH Reduction

  • 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

  • Amperometric Free Chlorine Measurement without pH Compensation

    Accurate measurement and control of free chlorine in water is critical in many applications. Amperometric sensors are a popular alternative to colorimetric analyzers since the measurement is continuous and no reagents are required, however most sensors are extremely sensitive to pH fluctuations

  • EXA pH Series Technical Information (.pdf)

    Recent advances in digital and information technologies have propelled digitalization and computerization of various instruments. At the same time, it has become possible to develop compact, easy-to-use products by the utilization of high functionality of new materials. The EXA PH Series has been

  • 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.

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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  • Burkert Fluid Control Systems MultiCell Type 8619 Multi-Channel Controller

    MultiCell Type 8619 multi-channel controller can be used for regulation of pH, dosing of chemicals and ratio control.

  • New Smart Meter Technology from Cole-Parmer-Switch Electrodes to Test...

    Offers Digital "Intelligent Design" Sensors for pH/ORP, Conductivity, and Optical DO/BOD(PRWeb July 09, 2014)Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12003385.htm

  • Engineering a fungal peroxidase that degrades lignin at very acidic pH

    Background: Ligninolytic peroxidases are divided into three families: manganese peroxidases (MnPs), lignin peroxidases (LiPs), and versatile peroxidases (VPs). The latter two are able to degrade intact lignins, as shown using nonphenolic lignin model compounds, with VP oxidizing the widest range of recalcitrant substrates. One of the main limiting issues for the use of these two enzymes in lignocellulose biorefineries (for delignification and production of cellulose-based products or modification of industrial lignins to added-value products) is their progressive inactivation under acidic pH conditions, where they exhibit the highest oxidative activities. Results: In the screening of peroxidases from basidiomycete genomes, one MnP from Ceriporiopsis subvermispora was found to have a remarkable acidic stability. The crystal structure of this enzyme recently became available and, after comparison with Pleurotus ostreatus VP and Phanerochaete chrysosporium LiP structures, it was used as a robust scaffold to engineer a stable VP by introducing an exposed catalytic tryptophan, with different protein environments. The variants obtained largely maintain the acidic stability and strong Mn2+-oxidizing activity of the parent enzyme, and the ability to oxidize veratryl alcohol and Reactive Black 5 (two simple VP substrates) was introduced. The engineered peroxidases present more acidic optimal pH than the best VP from P. ostreatus, enabling higher catalytic efficiency oxidizing lignins, by lowering the reaction pH, as shown using a nonphenolic model dimer. Conclusions: A peroxidase that degrades lignin at very acidic pH could be obtained by engineering an exposed catalytic site, able to oxidize the bulky and recalcitrant lignin polymers, in a different peroxidase type selected because of its high stability at acidic pH. The potential of this type of engineered peroxidases as industrial biocatalysts in lignocellulose biorefineries is strongly enhanced by the possibility to perform the delignification (or lignin modification) reactions under extremely acidic pH conditions (below pH 2), resulting in enhanced oxidative power of the enzymes.

  • Synthesis and Surface Properties of a pH-Regulated and pH-Reversible Anionic Gemini Surfactant

    LangmuirDOI: 10.1021/la5016669

  • Ultra-pH-Sensitive Nanoprobe Library with Broad pH Tunability and Fluorescence Emissions

    Journal of the American Chemical SocietyDOI: 10.1021/ja5053158

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Sartorius Group
pH Combination Electrodes

pH combination electrodes and glass membrane electrodes. All pH combination electrodes have an Ag/AgCl reference. The electrodes are supplied with a permanently attached cord and BNC connector, electrodes with a built-in temperature sensor (NTC 10 kOhm) additionally have a 2.5 mm phone plug. All models are optionally available with DocuClip. Contact Us for product requests.

Hach Company
pH Ultra Probe

Hach's pH Ultra Probe has the fastest stabilization, even in difficult measurement samples. There is also no need to question if the probe has stabilized, because it locks in as soon as stabilization is complete. Try an online demo and see how this feature can help you. HQd ™ meters and probes are a customized solution for water quality testing. Designed specifically for water applications, the probes are available in a wide variety of parameters. They are compatible and fully...

Mettler-Toledo Process Analytics
pH electrode InPro4260i

The InPro4260 electrodes feature the new XEROLYT ® EXTRA reference polymer for precise pH measurement and longer lifetime, even under the most difficult industrial environments. The InPro4260 electrodes come with an open junction, which solves the problem of diaphragm fouling often found in applications where sticky media, solutions with high particle content, or sulfide-bearing solutions are present. With other junctions, the electrical contact between the reference and the media...