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Analytical Chemistry

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What is experimental error?

Experimental error describes the uncertainty or variation in a measurement that is repeated several times. This variation could come from many sources, such as limitations in the quality of the device being used to make the measurement, the ability of the experimenter to accurately repeat the experiment or measurement, or something intrinsic about the quantity being measured.



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