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Differential pH Design Overcomes Common pH Sensor Challenges

pH is key indicator of water quality that, when measured continuously, can help identify costly issues. For chemical and refining applications, measuring pH is especially useful for monitoring the nutrient removal process and as an indicator of corrosion issues. In order to fully unlock the potential of this parameter, it is important to have a basic understanding of what the measurement means and how it is obtained.

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