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Old 09-25-2017, 02:26 PM   #11
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Depends on what kind of NaOH you use.
My original test kit came with .2 NaOH. Which requires 15 ml sample of wine. And 1:1. 6 ml of NaOH needed = 6.0 g/L titratable acid.

Now I use .1 NaOH. Calls for only 5 ml of sample. (And can be diluted with distilled water without hurting results) And NaOH used x 1.5. So if 4ml of NaOH needed then * 1.5 = 6 g/L Titratable acid.
Here's the reference I use. http://morewinemaking.com/public/pdf/W501.pdf
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i understood the point completely now every thing make sense
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I just recently switched from .2 to .1 NaOH. There was at least one occasion where I was sweating my TA dropping like crazy. Glad I procrastinated on the adjustment, because I just forgot to multiply by 1.5
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