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pH Sensor

pH Sensor pH Sensor

The Vernier pH sensor is custom calibrated and quick responding. It can be used across disciplines, including chemistry, biology, middle school science, and environmental science.

Most commonly used tool for the blind or visually impaired in a science course, this general-purpose pH sensor is equipped with the Talking LabQuest to measure pH more precisely than litmus paper.

Typical Activities using the pH Sensor Include:

  • Acid-base titrations
  • Studies of household acids and bases
  • Monitoring pH change during chemical reactions or in an aquarium as a result of photsynthesis
  • Investigations of acid rain and buffering
  • Analysis of water quality in streams and lakes

More information: http://independencescience.com/product-view.php?p=3


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