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methyl orange alkalinity


A measure of the total amount of hydroxyl ions in a solution as determined by titration with standardized acid and methyl orange indicator. The alkalinity test is a well-known water-analysis procedure [..]
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methyl orange alkalinity


A test performed to measure total alkalinity of boiler water.
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methyl orange alkalinity


A measure of the total alkalinity in a water sample in which the color of methyl orange reflects the change in level.
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A measure of the total alkalinity in a water sample in which the color of methyl orange reflects the change in level.
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methyl orange alkalinity


A measure of the total alkalinity in a water sample. The alkalinity is measured by the amount of standard sulfuric acid required to lower the pH of the water to a pH level of 4.5, as indicated by the [..]
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methyl orange alkalinity


A measure of the total alkalinity in a water sample. The alkalinity is measured by the amount of standard sulfuric acid required to lower the pH of the water to 4.5, as indicated by the change in methyl orange from orange color to pink color. Methyl orange alkalinity is expressed as milligrams per liter equivalent to calcium carbonate. Microbial Gr [..]
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methyl orange alkalinity


A measure of the total alkalinity in a water sample in which the color of methyl orange reflects the change in level.
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