pH Measurement Principles and Best Measurement Practices | Webinar

pH Measurement Principles and Best Measurement Practices

Who Should View the Recorded Webinar: Anyone who measures pH in the lab and wants to collect better data! (We're pretty sure that's everyone in the lab). If you have ever wondered How is pH Measured?

pH is an incredibly important parameter that is measured in nearly every application, but how much do you really know about pH and getting accurate pH results? Are you sure the electrode you're using is best for the application?

Join YSI product managers Laura St. Pierre and Chris Cushman as they discuss everything you need to know - from basic measurement principles to electrode cleaning - about measuring pH in the lab.

There are many reasons for poor pH data - inappropriate electrode for the application, incorrect measurement and calibration procedures, improper electrode storage. This discussion will be targeted at eliminating these sources of measurement error, allowing you to become more confident in the pH data you collect.

Topics include:

  • pH Electrode design - different electrode structures and the options you have when choosing an electrode (Learn more, Anatomy of pH Electrodes)
  • Selecting the best lab electrode and meter for your application
  • How to get the best data from your electrode - measurement, calibration, cleaning, and storage tips
  • Whether you are making your first pH measurement - or you've been doing it for decades - we are sure this webinar will help you make more accurate and repeatable pH measurements! 


Additional Blog Posts of Interest

A Practical Guide to pH Measurement | The pH Handbook

How to Choose a pH Electrode

Why is the pH Scale Logarithmic?

pH Measurement Methods - Advantages and Disadvantages

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