Experiments with pH Levels: Occupy Mars Learning Adventure Projects

edge® Multiparameter pH Meter

 

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Hanna Instruments introduces the world’s most innovative pH meter: edge®. edge’s groundbreaking design is the culmination of Hanna’s vision, design capabilities, integrated production and world class R&D. The edge meter is only 0.5” thick yet rich in features to accommodate the needs of a vast amount of customers. For those that prefer very simplistic operation there is a basic mode operation with a simplified menu and options. For those who require advanced features there is the full featured standard operating mode. The edge HI2020 pH kit can be upgraded at any time with additional probes to measure Conductivity or Dissolved Oxygen.
  • edge features a 5.5” LCD display that you can clearly view from over 5 meters. The large display and it’s wide 150° viewing angle provide one of the easiest to read LCDs in the industry.
  • edge features a capacitive touch keypad that gives a distinctive, modern look. Since the keypad is part of the screen, your buttons can never get clogged with sample residue.
  • edge features clear, full text guides displayed on the bottom of the screen. There is no need to decipher scrambled abbreviations or symbols; these helpful messages guide you through every process quickly and easily.

 

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Student fellows at the Barboza Space Center will be conducting experiments in biology, physics, space science and chemistry as they learn how to become junior astronauts, scientists, and engineers getting ready to go to Mars   http://www.BarbozaSpaceCenter.com

 

 

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