The pH of water is a critical parameter affecting the solubility of trace minerals, the ability of the water to form scale or to cause metallic corrosion, and the suitability of the water to sustain living organisms. It is a defined scale, based on a system of buffer solutions with assigned values. Pure water in equilibrium with air has a pH of about 5. Scope 1. Two buffers are used to standardize the instrument under controlled parameters, but the conditions are somewhat less restrictive than those in Test Method A. For on-line measurement, also see Test Method D which provides more detail.
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Two test methods are given as follows Test Method A covers the precise measurement of pH in water utilizing at least two of seven standard reference buffer solutions for instrument standardization.
Test Method B covers the routine measurement of pH in water and is especially useful for continuous monitoring. Two buffers are used to standardize the instrument under controlled parameters, but the conditions are somewhat less restrictive than those in Test Method A.
For on-line measurement, also see Test Method D which provides more detail. Refer to Test Methods D and D Precision and bias data were obtained using buffer solutions only. The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as standard. The values given in parentheses are mathematical conversions to inch-pound units that are provided for information only and are not considered standard.
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Historical Version s - view previous versions of standard. More D It is a defined scale, based on a system of buffer solutions 2 with assigned values. Two test methods are given as follows:. Two buffers are used to standardize the instrument under controlled parameters, but the conditions are somewhat less restrictive than those in Test Method A.
Standard Test Methods for pH of Water