Use of EQUIL to Estimate pH of Well-Defined Solutions
The software EQUIL (1, 2) allows calculations of ion activities, relative supersaturations and charge balance, when concentrations and pH are entered. In a well-defined solution, charge balance is expected to be zero at any measured pH and, therefore, calculations of pH should be possible. This concept was examined with titrations of HEPES buffer (3).
KeywordsBuffer Zone HEPES Buffer Method Titration Reliable Prediction Charge Balance
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