pH standard

pH standard

[‚pē′āch ¦stan·dərd]
(analytical chemistry)
Five standard laboratory solutions available from the U. S. National Bureau of Standards, each solution having a known pH value; the standards cover pH ranges from 3.557 to 8.833. Abbreviated pH(S).
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