This article was published as a two-page spread in Lab Manager Magazine’s October 2010 issue. The article talks about the history of the pH meter.
A part of the evolution series, this editorial documents the breakthroughs made in pH meters from its development in 1934, the introduction of the first commercial pH meter in 1936, to the improvements in sensor technology in 1947. These developments have been the basis in creating more precise and exact measurements that we now have in laboratories today. The article also discusses the future evolution in hardware in terms of miniaturization of the pH meters.
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