The Use of Disposable and Non-Disposable pH Sensors in Biopharmaceutical Production

Posted in: Applications, Custom Sensors, Electrodes

Author: Derek Pedley

Date Posted: 09/05/2022

The term “biopharmaceuticals” was coined in the 1980s and refers to pharmaceuticals produced using molecular biology techniques as opposed to synthetic drugs that are the products of chemical processes. Biopharmaceutical processing systems have traditionally employed stainless steel piping and bioreactors. However, for some years the...Read More

The Importance of Lab Testing for Food Products

Posted in: Applications, Electrodes

Author: Cristina Macarov, Derek Pedley

Date Posted: 14/04/2022

Why is laboratory testing for beverages and food products essential? Food quality testing laboratories help ensure suitability for consumption by checking them for any contaminants and perform quality analysis on parameters such as pH, consistency, nutritional levels, consistency of chemical composition, degradation (expiry dates), also...Read More

What is pH Buffer Solution?

Posted in: Applications

Author: Derek Pedley

Date Posted: 21/03/2022

What is a Ph buffer solution? A buffer is an aqueous solution that can resist changes in pH levels on dilution or on the addition of a small amount of acid or alkali. It is made up of a weak base and its conjugate acid,...Read More

Tips for High Accuracy Measurements

Posted in: Electrodes

Author: Sentek Ltd

Date Posted: 02/03/2022

The pH of a particular substance or solution is a figure that conveys its acidity or alkalinity. Accuracy in the matter of pH measurements is of the utmost importance when monitoring all types of processes in a range of industries. High accuracy measurements give the...Read More

Choosing a Conductivity Electrode

Posted in: Applications, Electrodes

Author: Amy Measor

Date Posted: 15/02/2022

Conductivity is the ability of any material to pass an electric current. It is typically measured in aqueous solutions, and in this context, it can be defined as the ability of a solution to conduct an electric current between two electrodes. It is a used...Read More

A Brief Introduction to Redox Measurement

Posted in: Applications, Electrodes

Author: Sentek Ltd

Date Posted: 03/02/2022

Oxidation reduction potential measurement (or redox measurement) is a measurement that shows the oxidising or reduction potential of a particular substance. The unit measurement used is called the volt or millivolt. This can most accurately measure the potential of a substance to oxidise or reduce...Read More

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