How to measure HOW MUCH PEE IS IN YOUR POOL
- Published on: Tuesday, August 22, 2017
- Knowledge is power! Even if that knowledge causes you to rethink some of those lovely summer memories.
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Summary: I visited Lindsay Blackstock at the University of Alberta to learn about her ingenious method for measuring the amount of pee in a pool by looking at the concentration of an artificial sweetener called Acefulfame Potassium. We looked at some samples from some pools in my area to determine how much pee was in them and I conducted an experiment of my own to see what was the cause of that "classic pool smell". I also presented average amounts of pee in large pools as well as an equation to determine how much pee is in your own pool.
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