Re: using someones pH meter.

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From:"Tim Morken" <>
Date:Wed, 25 Aug 1999 08:39:49 EDT
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That's a great idea! I wish I had thought of it.

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From: Gayle Callis <>
Subject: using someones pH meter.
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 1999 09:10:40 -0600

consider purchasing your own electrode, stored in a manner (pH 4 buffer)
ready to be attached to their pH meter.  I would suggest a polypropylene
or polyethylene barrel, and a singe combination electrode.  These are
tough, cheap and not breakable, mine lasted for years!  pH papers are
fine, with ranges in tenths, but dyes may interfer with the color change.

Make sure it is an electrode that is compatible for TRIS buffers,
just in case you ever need to pH that type of buffer.

Gayle Callis

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