Our distinct calculator makes analyzing the pH solution of any substance effortless. Our specially crafted sensors take the hypothesizing work out of evaluating the measurements. More.


pH Calculator to Laboratory pH Electrodes

Use the Interactive Selection Tool to find the right sensor for your application.

       Use our accessible calculator conveniently located below to explore the calculation of an acidity of a solution by using either the concentration, weight, or volume method.

What is the implication of the pH concentration? This calculated value is a compelling component in chemistry, because it has a widespread of implications within the following areas: industrial, pharmaceutical, and other commercial applications, such as food and wine. In addition to the implications previously listed above, the acidity concentration has countless scientific and environmental applications as well. It is a fundamental parameter used to standardize the properties of soil and water. It is also closely observed in agriculture, horticulture, aquaponics, and aquaculture. To learn more about the pH and its characteristics, click here.

Select the chemical in solution:

Concentration Method:

Enter the concentration of your application directly.

Concentration of solution (molarity):

Weight Method:

Enter both the weight and total volume of your application if the chemical is a solid.
Weight of acid or base (grams):
Total volume of solution (liters):

Volume Method:

Enter the volume of the chemical, its concentration, and total volume of your application if the chemical is a liquid.

Concentration of acid or base being added (molarity):
Volume of acid or base (liters):
Total volume of solution including acid/base (liters):