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EMPIR project publishes paper in international chemistry journal

The scientist work at the chemical solution with handle pH meter in the laboratory

Paper published during first year of three-year project

EMPIR project ‘Realisation of a unified pH scale’ (17FUN09, UnipHied) is working to establish a reliable and universally applicable procedure for measuring the acidity of any substance. It will also develop a validated set of calibration standards for a wide variety of applications. This work will support and strengthen EU manufacturing and innovation in industries from pharmaceuticals to petrochemicals and semiconductors.

The project has had a paper entitled ‘Realisation of a unified pH scale’ published in the prestigious journal Chemistry International, from the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry.


 

This EMPIR project is co-funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and the EMPIR Participating States.

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