Creating realistic nature aquariums is known as aquascaping. Not only does aquascaping utilize nature and art, but biology and water chemistry as well.
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?
Regularly calibrating your pH meter adjusts the electrode reading based off any changes, and ensures that your readings are accurate and repeatable.
We’ve teamed up with SciNote to talk about how you can use smart wireless pH meters with electronic lab notebooks to keep your lab running smoothly.
Turbidity, or cloudiness, is one of the most common and intuitive qualities of water. However, behind the cloudiness lies some important implications.
The electrical conductivity of soil can tell you if you need more nutrients, or if you have too much. This saves you time and money when managing your plants.
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