Scientific Big Data
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Original article / Biology and Life Sciences

Analizando aguas: medir los parámetros básicos del agua

Authors: Ramón Cárceles-Guerrero

Keywords: Analysis. Reagents. Litmus

Keywords ES: Análisis. Reactivos. Tornasol

Abstract: To measure the basic parameters of water we have several systems. Some work by adding drops of reagent on a sample and the others are strips of paper that we introduce into the sample a few seconds. In the case of the first ones, the water will change color and we will contrast it with a table that contains a palette of colors with their corresponding results. The strip system is something easier to interpret. In this case it will be the paper that will acquire a tonality that we will also contrast with a table.

Abstract ES: Para medir los parámetros básicos del agua tenemos varios sistemas. Unos funcionan añadiendo gotas de reactivo sobre una muestra y los otros son unas tiras de papel que introducimos en la muestra unos segundos. En el caso de los primeros, el agua cambiará de color y lo contrastaremos con una tabla que contiene una paleta de colores con sus resultados correspondientes. El sistema de tiras es algo mas sencillo de interpretar. En este caso será el papel el que adquirirá una tonalidad que también contrastaremos con una tabla.

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Manuscript title:Analizando aguas: medir los parámetros básicos del agua
First name: Ramón
Last name: Cárceles-Guerrero
Date:2017-05-18 09:20:45
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