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Old 07-21-2009, 10:26 PM   #11
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Ok, but what about this 0-10% or 0-32% thing? Should i just go with the 0-10% or what the heck?
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Old 07-21-2009, 10:27 PM   #12
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Not sure what you mean...
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Well on ebay i saw some different refractometers with like.. 0-32% and 0-10% on them.. idk what they are or if it matters.. but im guessing just get a regular Salinity refractometer would do the trick right?
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I'm not sure what that is referring to. I would think that just about any refractometer from a reputable shop or etailer should be fine.
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Yeah i figured that. Thanks amigo.
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Brix scale is a scale of the concentration of sucrose(Sugar). The higher percentages mean a wider range of measurement, as far as i understand.
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Oh oh, alrighty then i got a good one. its was like 0-32%. But in any case, i hardly doubt it matters for my situation.
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