A pH electrode
and gamma detector were accurately positioned 5 cm above the cardia.
Furthermore, the slope of the internal pH electrode
in the new [CO.
As much as 25 mL of each energy drink was placed in a beaker, the pH electrode
was immersed into each drink and the reading recorded.
A miniature glass pH electrode
(MI-506, Microelectrodes Inc.
The PH12 sensor family is available in the PEEK or a glass body, either of which is available with a high-performing flat, ruggedized glass pH electrode
or a domed pH electrode
The pH electrode
is an active transducer requiring energy for its operation.
The following specification must be made: the measurements cannot be effected on the integral blood, because the existing "residues" (including the red cells) load the pH electrode
The glass pH electrode
(Revsbech & Jorgensen 1986) received the pH signal over the length of a 400-[micro]m tip that tapered from 10-[micro]m (distal) to 40-[micro]m (proximal) diameter.
The most common method for pH measurement uses a pH electrode
The meter uses a double-junction pH electrode
and a combined conductivity/TDS probe with a temperature sensor, both of which are plug-ins for easy replacement.
21) were titrated having both a glass pH electrode
and conductivity electrodes or both a glass pH electrode
and an ISEFET pH sensor simultaneously monitoring the system.
Honeywell has added two offerings to its "DirectLine" series of sensors--the "Meredian II" glass pH electrode
and the Meredian II ORP" (Oxidation Reduction Potential) electrode.