Am working with the project on water quality measurement for fish ponds and i am getting difficulties to work with water conditions on the choice of sensors like PH, turbidity, ammonia and dissolved oxygen. can i get some help there?
Once I went for an interview at a firm that made PH meters, I didn't get that job, but they showed me round.thank you i understand now, i think the project will go on well
I guess the firm I interviewed at must've had some good reason for making their product as complex as they did.A pH probe basically is a very small battery. Correction - whatever you were thinking, 1/1000th of that. After a pH circuit project, a chemistry lab potentiostat was a breeze.
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