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I have been conducting an experiment measuring the levels of pH of water after mixing the water with soil. The three soils have different levels of nitrogen. My research tells me the higher the level of nitrogen the higher the level of pH. I have done 10 trials and I am getting the opposite reading. Can you help explain why this may be happening?
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- Project Question: Does the level of nitrogen in soils affect the ph of water.
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I liked your experiment. But i am sorry i don't have any idea. please share when you complete this experiment.
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