## Theoretical and Practical Limits of Measurement Accuracy: 2nd Symposium of the IMEKO Technical Committee on Metrology--TC8 : Proceedings |

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solution S | KCl/3.5molkg / | reference /A/ electrode and Ex is the electrmotive

force of the same cell when the standard

sample solution X; F is the faraday, 96 487 Cmol , R is the gas constant, 8.314 3

JK mol ...

solution S | KCl/3.5molkg / | reference /A/ electrode and Ex is the electrmotive

force of the same cell when the standard

**buffer solution**S is replaced by thesample solution X; F is the faraday, 96 487 Cmol , R is the gas constant, 8.314 3

JK mol ...

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This equation intended to apply to aqueaous solutions at ionic strengths not

exceeding 0.1, and the coefficient 1.5 in the ... C to' 95°C. The final step in the

assignment of pl£ values is the identification of the pa., of the

p!

This equation intended to apply to aqueaous solutions at ionic strengths not

exceeding 0.1, and the coefficient 1.5 in the ... C to' 95°C. The final step in the

assignment of pl£ values is the identification of the pa., of the

**buffer solutions**withp!

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For example, the end□ of the following cell may serve: Pt I H- I 1:1 ohosphate t

KC1 ist. buffer I II I Pt /C/ 1 ' ' st. buffer ... The ordinate represents pH/ceil C/- -pH/S/

, where pH/S/ is the standard value for each

For example, the end□ of the following cell may serve: Pt I H- I 1:1 ohosphate t

KC1 ist. buffer I II I Pt /C/ 1 ' ' st. buffer ... The ordinate represents pH/ceil C/- -pH/S/

, where pH/S/ is the standard value for each

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