How It Works (LabManager) – 3/9/2013

This article in Lab Manager discusses how the technology behind the pHit Scanner solves many critical problems that users of conventional pH meters experience every day. These problems include complex maintenance and calibration protocols to broken glass electrodes.  The world’s calibration-free pH meter, the pHit Scanner, reduces the user cost while increase ease of use. The article highlights that this is achieved by some of the pHit Scanner’s key features – calibration-free, dry-storable, and non-glass. This article was published in Lab Manager on 3/9/2013.

The pHit sensor contains analyte sensing molecules (ASMs) covalently attached to a carbon substrate. The pHit Scanner applies a voltage scan across the sensor, causing the ASMs to gain or lose electrons. The voltage at which this reaction occurs correlates to a specific pH.

The pHit sensor contains analyte sensing molecules (ASMs) covalently attached to a carbon substrate. The pHit Scanner applies a voltage scan across the sensor, causing the ASMs to gain or lose electrons. The voltage at which this reaction occurs correlates to a specific pH.

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