Why does the water purity displayed on an ultrapure water system not match the purity measured in a beaker after dispensing? Pure water should be a neutral pH, correct? Despite the importance of lab water systems in the lab, confusion can still exist surrounding the pH and conductivity levels of ultrapure water. Ultrapure water is not a natural state; therefore, verifying its quality outside of the water system requires some important considerations to understand the results. Join us as we debunk some common ultrapure water myths and define how to properly measure the conductivity and pH of your lab water..
Busted myths include::
- Myth #1 – Pure water conductivity should match ultrapure water system after dispensing
- Myth #2 – pH of ultrapure water should be 7.0
- Myth #3 – Ultrapure water purity system measures all the impurities in water
- Myth #4 – Accessories added to ultrapure water systems will not affect purity
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