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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
PH103 Allied Electronics, Inc. EXTECH-FLIR COMMERCIAL SYSTEMS Not Provided PH BUFFER SOLUTIONS, 20PK INCLUDES PH 4,7,10,RINSE
PH103 Tequipment.Net Extech Not Provided PH BUFFER SOLUTIONS, 20PK INCLUDES PH 4,7,10,RINSE
PH103 Straight Road Electronics, Inc. EXTECH INSTRUMENTS Not Provided PH BUFFER SOLUTIONS 20PK I
PH7-P Straight Road Electronics, Inc. EXTECH INSTRUMENTS Not Provided BUFFER SOLUTION/PH 7 2 ONE
PH10-P Straight Road Electronics, Inc. EXTECH INSTRUMENTS Not Provided BUFFER SOLUTION/ PH 10 2 ON

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  • pH Tech Tips (.pdf)
    buffer standards. problem is resolved using a built in ATC (Automatic. The initial calibration should use Myron L pH buffer. Temperature compensation) which uses a mathematical. solution 7. This will check and allow the instrument to. formula (Nernst equation) to correct pH errors due
  • Guide to Minimizing User Errors in pH Measurements
    Reference Junctions. 3. Buffer Solutions. 3.1. Stability. 3.2. Temperature Coefficient on the Buffer Solutions. 3.3. Interaction of Buffers with pH and Reference Electrodes. 4. Electronic Devices. 4.1. pH Meters. 4.2. Pre-amplifier. 4.3. Temperature Sensors. 5. Practical Considerations. 5.1. Mono
  • The Control of pH & Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP) in Cooling Tower Applications
    to reduce liability associated with biological growth,particularly Legionellae. ./af6424a6-9d63-4e8f-b4ae-7e225d24a9b8 The Control of pH and Oxidation. Reduction Potential (ORP) in Cooling. Tower Applications. By Charles T. Johnson, Walchem Corporation. Introduction. The importance of keeping
  • Proper Calibration Techniques (.pdf)
    ) of the reference electrode, by comparing these values to those of known buffer solutions. The EXA Instruments utilize preprogrammed buffer tables in the Auto Cal function. These pre-programmed values are based on pure N.I.S.T. buffers, which correspond to 6.86 pH, 4.01 pH and 9.18 pH at 25° C. PH450
  • Care & Maintenance in High Purity Water (.pdf)
    (N.I.S.T.) buffers,. which correspond to 6.86 pH, 4.01 pH and 9.18 pH at 25° C and NBS traceable or technical. grade buffers, which are pure NBS buffers that have been adjusted to read 7.00, 4.00 and 10.00. respectively. If traceable buffers are used, and the default values in the preprogrammed Buffer
  • Grasping Lyophilization Product and Process Parameters for Biopharma
    mysteries remain. Apart from lyoprotectants, other substances are also commonly added to the protein solution prior to drying. Some may also have been carried over in the solution during downstream processing. They may include pH buffers, surfactants and salts. A common additive, phosphate-buffered
  • Medical Device Link . Microspheres, part 2:
    ), buffer pH should be at, or slightly more basic than, IgG's isoelectric point (that is, pH 8), where the protein is in its most relaxed, compact form ( ). Gibbs and colleagues (Costar Corp., Kennebunkport, ME) say, "Binding is favored when pH is close, but not equal to, the pI [isoelectric point
  • Medical Device Link . Stability issues for protein-based in vitro diagnostic products
    pH values were tested. Some of the pH values tested were notably outside the useful range for a specific buffer, but all were included to directly compare the effect of different buffer molecules. The five buffers examined were: citrateglycineN-(2-hydroxyethyl)piperazine-N'-(2-ethanesulfonic acid

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