Re: pH water

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From:Mick Rentsch <> (by way of histonet)
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Even DI  and RO water will become acidic with carbonic acid, and for these
you should also do a conductivity test:_ for routine lab. work, such water
should have a resistance of >= 4 MOhm, for dialysis you will require an even
greatwe resistance.,
Regards Mike Rentsch (Downunder)
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From: Patsy Ruegg <>
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Date: Wednesday, 18 November 1998 2:01
Subject: Re: pH water

>what about dionized water, that is what we use and the pH is always 7, i
>know it is because there are no ions to register pH, but my question
>is:  is this a good alternative to distilled water or not?
>patsy ruegg

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