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Making the definitions of measurement units independent from arbitrary decisions (of worldly powers)
Evaluation of analytical instrumentation. Part XXII Instrumentation for liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry
Characterisation of leather candidate certified reference materials for their mass fractions of aromatic amines
Wegener, Jan-Willem; Schulz, Haiko
The assessment of electronic balances for accuracy of mass measurements in the analytical laboratory
González, A.; Herrador, M.
Development of an automatic static volumetric method based on loop injection
Lagler, Friedrich; Gerboles, Michel; Borowiak, Annette
Some Latin American experiences concerning teaching of chemical metrology
Prieto, M.; Chacón, J.; Nodarse, I.; Alfonso, N.
Understanding the meaning of accuracy, trueness and precision
Menditto, Antonio; Patriarca, Marina; Magnusson, Bertil
Training Course “Selection and Use of Reference Materials”, IRMM, Geel, 3–4 October 2006
Linsinger, Thomas; Dabrio, Marta; Emons, Hendrik; Held, Andrea; Lamberty, Andrée; Ricci, Marina; Schimmel, Heinz; Trapmann, Stefanie
Publication of chemical research: do we need ethical standards?
Les Kirkup, Bob Frenkel: An Introduction to uncertainty in measurement using the GUM (Guide to the expression of uncertainty in measurement): Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK 2006, pp 233, ISBN 0 521 84428 2 Hardback UK£ 45.00, paperback UK£ 19.99
When all else fails, read the instructions
Evaluation of the limit of performance of an analytical method based on a statistical calculation of its critical concentrations according to iso standard 11843: Application to routine control of banned veterinary drug residues in food according to European Decision 657/2002/EC
Verdon, E.; Hurtaud-Pessel, D.; Sanders, P.
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