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 There is a simple way to quickly check if your pH meter needs a calibration at the moment. All you need to do is dip the pH probe into the calibration standard solutions such as pH 4.00 or pH 7.00, and see if the measurements have a big difference to the standard value. For most applications (if not for scientific research), if the difference is within 0.05 pH, for example the meter reads 6.97 in 7.00 solution or 4.03 in 4.00 solution, then it means the meter is in good condition and a calibration is not a must at the point. If the difference is over 0.05 pH, for example the meter reads 6.92 in 7.00 or 4.08 in 4.00, then a calibration is necessary and highly recommended before testing. There is a simple way to quickly check if your pH meter needs a calibration at the moment. All you need to do is dip the pH probe into the calibration standard solutions such as pH 4.00 or pH 7.00, and see if the measurements have a big difference to the standard value. For most applications (if not for scientific research), if the difference is within 0.05 pH, for example the meter reads 6.97 in 7.00 solution or 4.03 in 4.00 solution, then it means the meter is in good condition and a calibration is not a must at the point. If the difference is over 0.05 pH, for example the meter reads 6.92 in 7.00 or 4.08 in 4.00, then a calibration is necessary and highly recommended before testing.
  
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