pH meter


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pH meter

[‚pē′āch ‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
An electronic voltmeter using a pH-responsive electrode that gives a direct conversion of voltage differences to differences of pH at the temperature of the measurement.
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Increasing government regulations and growing concerns in industrial set-ups regarding harmful effects of acidic or basic nature of water on the quality of goods being produced are driving the sales of pH meter in the United States.
com/research/29pttt/united_states_ph) has announced the addition of the "United States pH Meter Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2020" report to their offering.
According to recently published TechSci Research report “United States pH Meter Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020,” the United States pH meter market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of around 3% during 2015-20.
Thus, Karakol's town center for disease prevention and sanitary-epidemiological service of Issyk-Kul region will receive portable pH meter with temperature control, electronic precision scales, mobile irradiator-recirculator ultraviolet germicidal, thermostat incubator, portable nitrate-tester, etc.
Also included are graphic data management for critical data storage, sockets to power a density tester, friability tester, hardness tester, sieve shaker, moisture detection and PH meter.
To ensure that proper acidity levels have been reached, a pH meter such as the new EH 8100 pH Plus is essential when testing each batch of rice.
Consider a pH meter as the measurement tool for this evaluation.
By coating a nanoscale glass ball with gold and studding that metal with a forest of light-sensitive molecules, researchers in Texas have created what they say is the world's first nanoscale pH meter.
Many garden centres sell small and inexpensive kits, or you can send off for a soil pH meter or liquid pH testing kit from several catalogues including Agralan.
Users may consider the purchase of a pH meter to test the acid levels in the water in order to keep them as low as possible.
A remarkable scientist and businessman, he invented the pH meter and many other devices and is one of the major contributors to the technology used in modern clinical laboratories.
The invention in question is the glass-electrode pH meter, which allowed chemists to make quick and accurate tests with a compact instrument they could purchase for themselves.