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The Importance of Grilling Temperature in Food Safety

Did you know that your grilling temperature can result in a safer meal? In this post we will discuss the role that meat temperature plays in food safety, the recommended temperatures to cook at, and take a look at how temperature affects the physical properties of meat.

Does your TDS Meter Measure Up?

Understanding Total Dissolved Solids and Electrical Conductivity Measurements in Reverse Osmosis Deionized Water Filters for your Aquarium.

The Basics of Spectrophotometry

Did you know you can actually measure color? In this post, we will discuss some basics of colorimetry and take a quick look at what a spectrophotometer is and the different configurations available.

The Basics of Home Hydroponic Systems

Did you know you can build and maintain a healthy hydroponic system in your own home? In this post, we will discuss some basics of hydroponics and take a quick look at the various types of home hydroponics systems.

The Science of a Quality Home Brew Beer

Did you know that home brewing a great beer starts with the best possible water? In this post, we will discuss some of the major minerals to watch out for in your water, how they may affect your home brew beer, and the recommended levels to keep them at.

Aquascaping: The Art and Science of Aquariums

Creating realistic nature aquariums is known as aquascaping. Not only does aquascaping utilize nature and art, but biology and water chemistry as well.

The Role of TDS in Coffee & the Science Around your Brew

Often we hear, “The water is what makes it taste so good” when we talk about certain foods and drinks. But how exactly does the water affect these things?

The Limits of Color-Change pH Tests

While common pH tests like chemical test kits and pH strips are simple and inexpensive, they come with some issues that could lead to inaccurate results.

Measuring Water in Biodiesel

If the amount of water in biodiesel is above 500 mg/L (ppm) will increase the likelihood that corrosion will form in the fuel system..

The Science Behind Kombucha Brewing

Monitoring pH is important in kombucha brewing, not so much for taste, but for identifying when the kombucha is protected from harmful microorganisms

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