Again, this is probably somewhere so just point me in the right direction if it is....
Why does high FC levels make the pH level read high?
Is the pH level really high or is it just temporarily an invalid result?
My logical side can't wrap my mind around this concept. I would "think" that high FC would bleach out the reagent (kind of like it does during the TA test) and make it read low. Obviously since the experts have said that pH reads high at high FC levels, my thinking is flawed.
Can anyone explain this process to me without too many technical concepts???