Minimise the measurement uncertainty in your lab

Supplied by BOC Limited on Wednesday, 30 September, 2020


Anyone who is required to know properties of materials with accuracy needs to also know the uncertainties associated with those figures: to limit fiscal risk, to ensure safety, to ensure compliance to government legislation, to avoid waste.

Learn about the importance of measurement uncertainty in the manufacturing and use of certified reference gases. Understand the differences between error and uncertainty, accuracy and precision. Discover how to minimise your risk.

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