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Hydrion Spectral pH Strips (pH 0.0 to 14.0), Pack 100


Price: $9.75 + $7.95 shipping
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Brand Name Hydrion
Part Number 894726
Number of Items 1

pH range: 0.0 to 14.0; sensitivity: 1. Plastic pH strips indicate pH with unique colors for ex... Read full product description



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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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pH range: 0.0 to 14.0; sensitivity: 1. Plastic pH strips indicate pH with unique colors for exact matches of pH. Colors align easily for matching—the strip'''s pH pad and the color swatch on the vial are the same size. Flexible, easy-to-handle plastic strips are more durable than paper strips if needed for later reference. Conveniently packaged in flip-top vial of 100 strips.

Note:Not for measuring the pH of natural waters, such as streams, rivers, and lakes. To measure pH in these waters, try our pH and Total Alkalinity Water Test Strips (item #652729) or, for a wider pH range, our LaMotte® Wide-Range pH Water Test Kit (item #652927).


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I have no expertise in the field of chemistry; I just bought these strips for fun. And they are fun, and they have a full spectrum of clear colors that covers the whole pH range from 0 to 14 (a lot of pH strips and papers only cover part of the spectrum). But are they accurate? So far I have tested these items: red wine vinegar, baking soda mixed with water, tap water, sparkling water (Pellegrino), decaf Earl Grey tea, nonfat milk, and decaf Earl Grey tea with milk!

The vinegar, the baking soda, and the milk came up with reasonable (according to internet research) pH numbers of 3.0, 9.0, and 6.5 (approximately, since the colors represent whole numbers). But the tap water, which should have a pH of 7, came up as about 4, or more like 4.25, and the Pellegrino as 5. Actually, the strips start at an orange color that corresponds to 4, and the tap water just didn't seem to change it. Anyway, if those numbers are accurate, that would make our tap water and the Pellegrino water somewhat acidic, but according to my internet searches and common sense, pure water should have a pH of 7. It's hard for me to believe that the tap water is so tilted to the acidic side, so I am a little skeptical about the accuracy of the strips, but I just got them and am going to continue experimenting. At least I'm having a good time.
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