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kawaiitora
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Jul14-06, 06:04 PM
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Hi,

I need some help with a few problems. Thanks!

(1) You have a pH Electrode that reports a voltage in
mV, which is proportional to the hydrogen ion concentration
in solution. You also have pH buffers at known pH of say
4, 7 and 10. What do you do to translate the mV reading
into pH values for any given solution with pH between
4 and 10?

(2) You have DI water plus CaCl2 and NaHCO3 salts.
What do you do to prepare a solution with Ca concentration
of 10 mmol/l and total C concentration of 2 mmol/l?
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