A pH meter is an instrument designed to measure the acidity or alkalinity of a solution by determining its pH value, which quantifies the concentration of hydrogen ions in the solution. It is a crucial tool in scientific, industrial, and environmental applications for assessing the level of acidity (low pH), neutrality (pH 7), or alkalinity (high pH) in various substances, such as liquids, solutions, and suspensions.
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