In chemistry, pH is a measure of the activity of the (solvated) hydrogen ion. Pure water has a pH very close to 7 at 25°C. Solutions with a pH less than 7 are said to be acidic and solutions with a pH greater than 7 are basic or alkaline.

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ESD protection for pH measurement electrode input

I want to puild a pH meter, which uses a normal glass electrode. Such an electrode behaves as a pH dependend voltage source (<+-500mV) with very high internal resistance (10MOhm - 1GOhm, depending ...
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Ground loop when measuring in process pH

I have been experiencing a very difficult to solve ground loop problem with my pH measuring system. My basic setup is a standard pH electrode running through an op-amp to an ADC which communicates ...
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Assistance with schematic notation “R@2V” for pH monitor

I've been building a circuit I found online for a pH monitor, while most of the circuit seems straight forward I get caught on the "R@2V" notation, a guess would be maybe resistance at 2 volts? I'm ...
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How do I hijack a reading from the circuit of my digital meter

I have a tri - meter (ph, ppm, temp) that reads and displays readings on three LCD screens. I'm trying to hijack the measurement at some point in the circuit and read it in through on of the inputs on ...
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Atlas pH sensor board PIC18f UART C18 code

Does anyone have experience using the pH sensor board from Atlas? They include arduino and MikroC code but C18 is not liking the syntax at all and I don't know the coding differences between the ...
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pH sensor with DS18B20 temp compensation on PIC

I am trying to build a circuit that interfaces a standard pH electrode to a PIC (18F4550). I need the PIC to also use a DS18B20 for temp reading and use that data to correct the pH reading. I ...