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Re: [APD] Re: Aquatic-Plants Digest, Vol 13, Issue 25
But wouldn't you still be titrating until the pH monitor
read a certain value?
--- George Slusarczuk <yurko at warwick_net> wrote:
> Hello Tony,
> Measurement of KH, i.e alkalinity, is a simple titration.
> It does NOT
> depend on any specific ion, although alkaline earth
> carbonate/bicarbonate is usually the principal component.
> If one
> considers pH titration, using a Ph electrode as
> indicator, an
> "electronic" method, then YES, it can be done. An
> automatic titrator
> would be ideal, although pricey!
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