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Estimating Measurement-Uncertainty- In Quantitative Chemical Analysis

Estimating Measurement-Uncertainty- In Quantitative Chemical Analysis

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LAB P 508 Measurement Uncertainty-v.01-en - 1/18
Federal Agencyfor the Safetyof the Food Chain (FASFC)
Laboratories Administration
Procedure
ESTIMATING MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY INQUANTITATIVE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
Comes into force :
see date of approval for new methods for with an approval is applied for;
at last on 01/01/2011 for all methods for which approval has been obtained.Name – function /serviceDate SignatureDrafted by :
Ronny MartensFLVVM31/10/2008
Verified by :
Frans De VolderQuality Manager31/10/2008
Approved by :
Geert De PoorterDirector generalLaboratoriesAdministration03/11/2008
 
 
LAB P 508 Measurement Uncertainty-v.01-en - 2/18
Summery of the revisions of the document
Revision by / dateReason for revision Part of the text / extendof the revision
Addressees
All approved laboratories :
o
Laboratories of the FASFC
o
NRLs
o
External laboratoriesThis procedure is available on the website of the FASFC (http://www.favv.be > BusinessSectors > Laboratories > Approved Laboratories > Office circular).For staff of the FASFC the documents are also available on the central server. Only versionsof group A are considered valid.Keywords : measurement uncertaintyquantitative chemical analysis
 
 
LAB P 508 Measurement Uncertainty-v.01-en - 3/18
ESTIMATING MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY IN QUANTITATIVECHEMICAL ANALYSISTABLE OF CONTENTS
1
 
AIM.....................................................................................................................................4
 
2
 
SCOPE...............................................................................................................................4
 
3
 
LEGAL AND NORMATIVE DOCUMENTS.......................................................................4
 
4
 
DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS.............................................................................4
 
5
 
GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS........................................................................................5
 
6
 
TOP-DOWN APPROACH BASED ON TRUENESS AND REPRODUCIBILITY.............5
 
6.1
 
G
ENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
......................................................................................................5
 
6.2
 
B
ACKGROUND
............................................................................................................................6
 
6.3
 
W
ITHIN
-
LAB REPRODUCIBILITY
...................................................................................................8
 
6.3.1
 
Within-lab reproducibility from the control chart of a CRM or from a matrix identicalcontrol sample..................................................................................................................................9
 
6.3.2
 
Within-lab reproducibility from the control chart of a CRM or from a control samplecompleted by data of duplicate analyses on routine samples..........................................................9
 
6.3.3
 
Within-lab reproducibility from ring tests......................................................................10
 
6.3.4
 
Within-lab reproducibility form routine samples only....................................................11
 
6.4
 
T
RUENESS
 / 
BIAS
.....................................................................................................................12
 
6.4.1
 
 Estimating trueness / bias from the control chart of a certified reference material(CRM) 12
 
6.4.2
 
 Estimating trueness / bias from ring tests.......................................................................14
 
6.4.3
 
 Estimating trueness / bias from recovery experiments...................................................15
 
6.5
 
E
STIMATING THE EXPANDED MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
U
...............................................17
 
6.6
 
M
EASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY AT DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS
..........................................17
 
7
 
CHECKING THE CALCULATION...................................................................................18
 
8
 
REFERENCE TO RELEVANT PROCEDURES, GUIDELINES, DOCUMENTS, FORMSOR LISTS................................................................................................................................18
 

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