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How Does A pH Probe Work?

pH probes contain two electrodes (a sensor electrode and a reference electrode) that measure the hydrogen-ion activity in a solution. The exchange of ions generates a voltage that is measured by the pH meter converting the voltage into a readable pH value.  The glass electrode was invented by Nobel Prize winner Fritz Haber in 1909, …

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