I measure temperature with a thermometer and compensate manually. Commercial buffers have tables of pH-values based on temperature printed on them, so I know what pH to expect from them.
That's good to know. Although if I can hit +/-0.03, that should be good enough. Do you think commercial buffers are that accurate? Anyway, my problem is that my home-mixed buffer was over 0.20 off from what I calculated, so I clearly made a mistake in the theory somewhere.
Originally Posted by Kirk Keyes