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Consort Support [The pH meter]
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   * the measurement __linearity__ between and outside the calibration points.   * the measurement __linearity__ between and outside the calibration points.
  
-As example, a pH meter with an accuracy given as (0.2%+1 digit) and a resolution of 0.01 pH. It depends on the reproducibility at the calibration points (± 0.01, 1 digit) and the linearity between and outside the calibration points (0.2%). When a calibration is done at pH 7.00 and pH 4.00, the device error at these same points is ±0.01 pH. For a measurement at 5.50 pH , the device error is ((1.50 * 0.002) + 0.01) = 0.013 pH.+As example, a pH meter with an accuracy given as (0.2%+1 digit) and a resolution of 0.01 pH. It depends on the reproducibility at the calibration points (± 0.01, 1 digit) and the linearity between and outside the calibration points (0.2%). When a calibration is done at pH 7.00 and pH 4.00, the device error at these same points is ±0.01 pH. For a measurement at 5.50 pH , the device error is ((1.50 * 0.002) + 0.01) = ±0.013 pH.
  
 ==== The pH electrode ==== ==== The pH electrode ====
ph_accuracy.txt · Last modified: 13/03/2019 09:59 by Consort Support