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Thread: RBYP page

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    RBYP page

    I'm not sure if this was intentional or not, but the "pH" is not defined 2/3 of the way down. Most people at TFP should understand this, but... some will not.
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    Re: RBYP page

    Good point. It stands for "power of Hydrogen" or "potential Hydrogen", and is a measurement of the degree of acidity or basicity of the water where a lower number is more acidic and a higher number is more basic. It is a logarithmic scale so small changes are actually big effects which is why the recommended range is usually 7.2 to 7.8 for most pools.
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    Jul 2011
    Eastern Ohio

    Re: RBYP page

    I'm not sure if was intentional or not....but it's now updated.

    Thanks for the catch.

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