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Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by msjinkzd, Jun 26, 2008.

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    I have to do much of the chemistry in the first few chapters everyday in my day job. Thank you for the clear explainations.

    I also have to deal with phosphate buffers and reducing alkalinity with strong acids. When you have to to the math the mole is your friend. If you find a need to do this yourself read a highschool chemistry textbook. You can skip the bonding chapters if they bore you. But you can calculate any additions and removals quite easily once you have a little practice.

    Also, thank you for the pK for NH3 and NH4+. I'll put that into a spread sheet.
     
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    Good stuff! I'll mark the thread first and read carefully in my spare time. Gotta learn a lot...
     

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