Conductivity is an extremely common analytical technique. Due to the simplicity of the equipment required, it can be measured quickly and cheaply. However, there are a number of factors that need to be taken into account to ensure that these measurements are accurate and fit for purpose so that decisions made based upon conductivity test results are correct:

  1. Instrument Selection
  2. Sensor Selection
  3. Temperature Effects
  4. Selection and use of Calibration Standards
  5. Proof of the Correct Result – the Role of Control Standards


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