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With HALO a Laboratory Grade pH Meter is Closer Than You Think

You already use your Smartphone for everything else, so why not a pH meter? The average price of a laboratory grade pH m...

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Did You Know - Grants to Bring Your Science Class Outdoors

Did you know... That Hanna products can be covered by education grants for your science classroom? In particular, our Ha...

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Should You Be Teaching Marine Science?

Oceans, estuaries, and bays are some of the most important natural resources worldwide and provide commercial, environme...

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Hanna Instruments’ Top 10 Trending Products for 2015

The signs are unmistakable. Times Square is in full clean-up mode. The festive decorations are coming down. The football...

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Teaching pH in a University Laboratory

The concept of pH is taught to students at an early age. Starting in grade school, substances are classified as acids, b...

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How to Accurately Measure Refractive Index

Refractive index is a measurement of how light behaves as it passes through a sample. Depending on the sample’s composit...

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The Importance of Temperature

Temperature has an effect on the changing of the leaves, the brew of our coffee, and the warmth of our apple cider. As w...

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5 Tips for Calibrating Your pH Meter

A vital step in getting accurate results when testing pH is calibrating your pH meter. But how do you know when calibrat...

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5 Tips and Tricks for Caring for a pH, EC, or ORP Tester

When you're first embarking on a new endeavor there a lot of unexpected things that pop up along the way. From cheese ma...

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Measuring the pH of Sushi Rice

Sushi rice needs to be kept warm (about 90°F) for best results when rolling sushi. However, this can create food safety ...

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