By Emma Foster on Thu 08 December 2022
Dissolved oxygen in aquatic environments is critical to most species and understanding the DO levels in a system is equally important to aquatic managers, aquarists, researchers, and more. What is Affecting Your Dissolved Oxygen Measurements?
By Emma Foster on Tue 30 August 2022
An ion-selective electrode (ISE) sensor is a well-established method for continuously measuring ammonium and nitrate in wastewater. To assist with optimizing the use of these sensors, here are the top tips for providing accurate and reliable data from an online ISE sensor.
By Emma Foster on Tue 18 January 2022
Titration is a well-known method of determining the presence of an analyte in a sample. The techniques have remained in use due to their simplicity and general correctness. But don't be fooled: when it comes to tactics and practices, there's always space for growth.
By Emma Foster on Mon 17 January 2022
Do you have an issue with your water quality sonde? Here are some tips on how you can prevent costly mistakes using your water quality sonde.
By Emma Foster on Thu 30 September 2021
Dr. Stephanie A. Smith in this article is talking about a three assumptions people have when it comes to testing the water quality.
By Emma Foster on Wed 29 September 2021
What are pH electrodes and how do they work? In this article, you will learn about methods of pH measurement and their structure.
By Emma Foster on Mon 27 September 2021
This article answers four vital questions that are asked about Algae Sensors and How They Work.
By Emma Foster on Mon 28 June 2021
The measurement of ammonia is vital in applications such as wastewater, where the wastewater treatment plants are required to provide a laboratory measurement of ammonia concentration. The ammonia gas-sensing ion selective electrode (ISE) is an EPA approved method of determining ammonia concentration for compliance reporting. Learn more about Calibration and Measurement for Ammonia ISE in the lab.
By Emma Foster on Tue 25 May 2021
Just 40% of labs use automated titration currently and if automation has been constantly shown to be the superior solution. Find out which is the best solution for your lab, manual or automated titration.
By Emma Foster on Thu 08 April 2021
Water quality instruments are seasonal as over the course of the winter months, data collection must stop due to the conditions in rivers and lakes. Until the spring when water quality testing can continue, all water quality equipment must be stored safely. What is the best way to store the water testing equipment for a long period of time?