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Answer / richard marks
ph meters are calibrated using buffer solutins which are at
known ph levels. Make sure the probe is cleaned before
imerging it in the solutions.
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Answer / satish
YOU CAN CALIBRATE IN THREE PHASE 4/7/9 PH BUFFER SOLUTION
NORMALLY WE ARE CALIBRATING WITH 4 & 9 PH BUFFER THAT MEAN
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Answer / subhash
the Ph calibration is done by using the buffer solutions
,with the one probe i,e the reference electrode and the
measurement electrode ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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