What is measurement uncertainty?
Measurement uncertainty describes the range within the values of a measurement, i.e. titration, can reasonably be attributed.
What is measurement uncertainty needed for?
It enables us to assess the reliability of a measurement, i.e. titration
Why does a lab need to know the measurement uncertainty?
Test- and calibration laboratories working in the following areas, which are accredited according to ISO/IEC/EC/DIN 17025 (2005), have to know how to evaluate the measurement uncertainty:
- Food and beverages
- Medical-analytical laboratories
- Forensic chemistry
- Doping control etc.
This webinar covers the following topics:
- Background of measurement uncertainty
- The four steps of evaluation of measurement uncertainty