Measurement of Electrical Conductivity - LabVine

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Measurement of Electrical Conductivity

The theory, practice and instrumentation are described, with applications and maintenance/troubleshooting.


About Measurement of Electrical Conductivity

Electrical Conductivity is a measure of inorganic solute (salt) content of water or an aqueous solution. It is a simple and relatively inexpensive screening test for water purity and purification processes, environmental and industrial use with a great variety of applications. Content covers instrument, operation, mathematics, advantages and limitations etc.

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Osborne Analytical
1 hour
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Certificate of completion


  • Instrument
  • Applications
  • Principles and mathematics
  • Calibration and quality control
  • Maintenance and troubleshooting



John Osborne

John has worked in the field of analytical chemistry for over 45 years and has gained experience in a wide variety of analytical techniques and instrumentation in several industries and applications. He has always been interested in understanding the technology well and utilizing it at its optimum in order to produce reliable and accurate chemical data. To this end he is committed to enable others to not only use the technology correctly but also understand what it does, how it works and how to maintain it.