1. × Investigation Report Form

      Getting on the Same Page: Calibration

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    2. Specify your location. 
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    3. Date of the study. 
    4. Type of pH–probe.  Make and model of the pH-probe you have calibrated.
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    5. Standard buffer solution pH = 4.0. The first measurement. 
    6. Standard buffer solution pH = 4.0. The second measurement. 
    7. Standard buffer solution pH = 4.0. The third measurement. 
    8. Standard buffer solution pH = 4.0. Average value.  You can see the average value of pH in the project Report Form, under “Findings”. This value will be considered an indication of the sensor for acidity pH = 4.0.
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    9. The difference between the pH reading of the probe and the actual pH value of a standard buffer solution for acid pH–range (pH = 4.0).  You can see the value in the project Report Form, under “Findings”.
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    10. Standard buffer solution pH = 7.0. The first measurement. 
    11. Standard buffer solution pH = 7.0. The second measurement. 
    12. Standard buffer solution pH = 7.0. The third measurement. 
    13. Standard buffer solution pH = 7.0. Average value.  You can see the average value of pH in the project Report Form, under “Findings”. This value will be considered an indication of the sensor for acidity pH = 7.0.
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    14. The difference between the pH reading of the probe and the actual pH value of a standard buffer solution for neutral pH–range (pH = 7.0).  You can see the value in the project Report Form, under “Findings”.
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    15. Standard buffer solution pH = 8.0. The first measurement. 
    16. Standard buffer solution pH = 8.0. The second measurement. 
    17. Standard buffer solution pH = 8.0. The third measurement. 
    18. Standard buffer solution pH = 8.0. Average value.  You can see the average value of pH in the project Report Form, under “Findings”. This value will be considered an indication of the sensor for acidity pH = 8.0.
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    19. The difference between the pH reading of the probe and the actual pH value of a standard buffer solution for basic pH–range (pH = 8.0).  You can see the value in the project Report Form, under “Findings”.
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