pH/ORP Monitoring Books

  • Pesticide Formulations and Application Systems: 14th Vol.

    The latest edition featuring up to date information on pesticide applications, formulation techniques, innovations in the agrochemical field and related current government agricultural regulations. In addition to a comprehensive twenty-year historical review of the ASTM Committee E-35 on Pesticides, this publication features twenty-eight ...

  • Physico-Chemical Aspects of Soil and Related Materials

    Provides information on physico-chemical interactions and their test methods. Chemical changes in soil such as pH, lime additions, salinity, and their effects on physical properties (such as mechanical behavior, swelling, compressibility, plasticity, and strength) are discussed in detail. 14 peer-reviewed papers cover: • lime and lime-like ...

  • Emerging Contaminant - Tungsten Fact Sheet

    This fact sheet provides a brief summary for tungsten, including: physical and chemical properties, environmental and health impacts, existing federal and state guidelines, detection and treatment methods, and additional sources of information. Tungsten was originally considered a metal that remains stable in soil and does not dissolve easily in ...

  • Arterial Chemoreceptors

    The carotid body arterial chemoreceptors constitute unique sensory receptors capable of rapidly monitoring the levels of arterial blood oxygen and carbon dioxide. Whenever necessary they initiate homeostatic reflexes aimed to correct the detected deviations. Chemoreceptor cells of the carotid body constitute ideal models to study the entire ...

  • Phytoplankton and Trophic Gradients

    These proceedings deal with the relationship between species composition of freshwater phytoplankton and the trophic gradient. Particular regard is paid to the composite question, what lives where and why? Overview papers report the state of the art and suggest that the trophic spectrum appears to be a probabilistic outcome of several ...

  • Effect Of Electrolytes, pH & Surface Tension On Dry & Wet Web Properties

    The most critical factors affecting runnability of paper machines are the tension and relaxation properties of wet paper. In this study, the effect of electrolytes, pH and surface tension on dry and wet web properties was investigated. Addition of a non-ionic surfactant at pH 6.5 and conductivity level of 1 mS/cm, achieved by addition of CaCl2, ...

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