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Bias can arise, for example, in chemical analysis if the measurement method fails to extract all of an element, or if the presence of one element interferes with the determination of another.

General principles and definitions – Part 2: Please download Chrome or Firefox or view uso browser tips. If the repeatability standard deviation of the standard measurement method has not been previously deter- mined in accordance with IS0s, will be con- sidered to be the best estimate of it.

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The reference material should have a matrix as close as possible to the matrix of the material to be subjected to the standard measurement method, e. IS0 consists of the following parts, under the general title Accuracy trueness and precision of measurement methods and results: Prior to conducting the as- sessment of trueness, a check of the precision of the standard measurement method as applied by the lab- oratory shall be performed.

The laboratory bias is further considered in IS0 Accuracy trueness and precision ieo measurement methods and results — Part 3: If the measurement process is non-destructive, it is poss- ible to give all the laboratories in the interlaboratory experiment the same unit of reference material, but this will extend the time-frame of the experiment. If u, is un- known, its estimate s.


Accuracy trueness and precision of measurement methods and results — Part 1: We use cookies to make our website easier to use and to better understand your needs. The h values figureB. If the repeatability standard deviation, or, of the stan- dard measurement method is known, the estimate s, can be assessed by the following procedure.

Reference materials shall be homogeneous. Reference materials could be either a certified reference materials; b materials manufactured for the purpose of the experiment with known properties; or c materials whose properties have been established by measurements using an alternative measure- ment method whose bias is known to be negligi- ble.

C Derivation of equations Accuracy trueness and precision of measurement methods and results — Part 4: Thus results from each laboratory can be considered as replicates under repeatability conditions.

Exactitude justesse et fidelite des resultats et methodes de mesure. Sio otherwise stated, a is assumed to be 0, Basic methods for the determination of the trueness of a standard measurement method. In particular, if outlying values are de- tected, all necessary steps shall be taken to investi- gate the reasons why they have been obtained, including re-appraisal of the suitability of the accepted reference value.

Grundlegendes Verfahren zur Schaetzung der Richtigkeit eines Messverfahrens. Basic method for the determination of repeatability and reproducibility of a standard measurement method. Accuracy trueness and precision of measurement methods and results — Part 6: If the izo of the measurement method is poor, then it will not be practical to achieve a high degree of certainty in the estimate of the bias of the laboratory.


In chemical anal- ysis, problems may arise from, for example, insufficient control of temperature, moisture, pres- ence of contaminants, etc.

Al- though, for some measurement methods, the true value cannot be known exactly, it may be possible to have an accepted reference value for the property being measured; for example, if suitable reference materials are available, or if the accepted reference value can be established by refer- ence to another measurement method or by preparation of a known sample. In order for the results of an experiment to be able to detect with a high probability see annex Cl a prede- termined magnitude of bias, the minimum number of laboratories, p, and test results, n, shall satisfy the following equation: Your basket is empty.

You may find similar items within these categories by selecting from the choices below:. The test results for each level are shown in figures B. This requires an experiment involving many laboratories, very much as described in IS0 Apart from the restriction to a single laboratory. Accuracy trueness and precision of measurement methods and results — Part 2: The units should be selected on a random basis for distribution.

The analytical results are listed in tableB.

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The symbols used in IS0 are given in annex A. If this is not true, the respective equations given in IS0 should be used to calculate s. If it is proposed to undertake iao experiment to estimate laboratory bias, then it should be realized that the estimate will be valid only at the time of the ex- periment.