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ASTM International - ASTM E1950-98

Standard Practice for Reporting Results from Methods of Chemical Analysis

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 10 May 1998
Status: inactive
Page Count: 6
ICS Code (Chemical analysis): 71.040.40
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1.1 This practice covers the approximate number of digits required to express the expected precision of results reported from standard methods of chemical analysis. This practice provides selection criteria and proper form and symbols for coding results when necessary to indicate the relative reliability of results having small values.

Document History

November 15, 2017
Standard Practice for Reporting Results from Methods of Chemical Analysis
4.1 A result must be stated to a sufficient number of digits so that a user receives both quantitative information and a measure of the variability of the value reported. 4.2 The range of...
October 1, 2010
Standard Practice for Reporting Results from Methods of Chemical Analysis
A result must be stated to a sufficient number of digits so that a user receives both quantitative information and a measure of the variability of the value reported. The range of application of...
October 1, 2003
Standard Practice for Reporting Results from Methods of Chemical Analysis
A result should be stated to a sufficient number of digits so that a user receives both quantitative information and a measure of the variability of the value reported. The range of application of...
ASTM E1950-98
May 10, 1998
Standard Practice for Reporting Results from Methods of Chemical Analysis
1.1 This practice covers the approximate number of digits required to express the expected precision of results reported from standard methods of chemical analysis. This practice provides selection...
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