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Index: GrowFAQ : Why is my reverse-osmosis water not pH neutral? Added by: administrator Viewed: 168 times Rated by 3 users: 8.00/10 With a clean unit, r/o should be as close to 7.0 and 0 ppm as you can get. There are two reasons that the pH of your Reverse-Osmosis water would not be neutral: 1) Too high-- likely a calcium buildup in the filter, machine needs cleaning or replacement filters.
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Unformatted text preview: 2) Too low-- dissolved carbon dioxide will lower the pH. It has almost no buffering capacity, meaning one tiny drop of pH up will put it back into place. Last modified: 13:42 - Nov 18, 2000 Quicklink: http://overgrow.com/growfaq/93 GrowFAQ © 2000-2004 Overgrow faq:93 "Why is my reverse-osmosis water not pH neutral?" Compiled by QMP3T...
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2009 for the course BIO 328 taught by Professor Roux during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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