On Mon, 8 Dec 2008 08:03:03 -0600, "Christopher Chance Knight"
Just a shot in the dark here but Im guessing you are a student?
Also guessing that you are a student being taught by a
Final guess is that you are paying, or your parents are paying for
that teacher/professor to teach you?
My question would be:
Why dont you ask the teacher before class, after class, email, on the
weekend or whenever to clarify it for you?
What is it that you don't understand? Is it the definition of pH, or the
Definition: The negative log of the concentration of Hydrogen Ion.
Chart: 1 - 6 being acidic, 1 being the strongest.
8 - 14 being alkaline (or basic), 14 being the strongest
7 being neutral
The chart is there for your convenience when using the test strips to
indicate the level of acidity or alkalinity. What are you testing, furnace
condensate, burnt out compressors?
The problem I'm having is plotting the information on the charts. I read
through the Whitman and Modern books that I have but still having trouble
understanding it. I'm also dsylexia so learing this is a little bit harder
Are you talking about Mollier or pressure-enthalpy charts? Acid
concentration is not generally needed for HVAC. Search "Mollier
diagram" or "pressure enthalpy charts". Good luck
Christopher Chance Knight wrote:
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