What is a pH calibration slope and what value should it be?

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Document ID TE486

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Version 4.0

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Published Date

Published Date 09/28/2018
Question
What is a pH calibration slope and what value should it be?
Summary
pH Calibration Slope
Answer
The calibration slope is a conversion that the pH meter uses to convert the electrode signal in mV to pH. The meter determines the slope by measuring the difference in mV readings pH buffers.The ideal slope would be -59.16 mV.
 

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