certified reference material


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certified reference material

[′sərd·ə‚fīd ′ref·rəns ¦mə′tir·ē·əl]
(analytical chemistry)
A reference material, one or more of whose property values are certified by a technically valid procedure, for which a certificate or other documentation has been issued by an appropriate certifying agency.
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The method was validated by certified reference material, DORM-2 (Dogfish Muscle) from the National Research Council of Canada (Ottawa, Ontario Canada).
These certified reference materials are still available today from the U.
It is best, therefore, to check overall measurement operations by periodically analyzing externally certified reference materials that match test sample matrices as closely as possible.
Effect of certified reference material 470 (CRM 470) on national quality assurance programs for serum proteins in Europe.
In the paper, the NIST researchers have explained the basis for the differing interpretations and have offered a solution using the agency's certified reference material for human Y-chromosome DNA profiling (Standard Reference Material 2395), a collection of Y-STR markers that can serve as a means for genetic labs to calibrate their testing equipment.
For long-term in-house work, a stable in-house material or certified reference material should be used.
The certified reference material provider has increased its product range fur food safety and quality, industry and occupational hygiene.
Most of the time, the lab repeats the test procedure with a purchased certified reference material, or standard.
Restek has developed a new certified reference material (CRM) of four PAHs--benz[a]anthracene, benzo[a] pyrene, benzo[b]fluoranthene and chrysene--designed for greater convenience, longer shelf life and increased long-term accuracy.
The majority of routinely used CRP immunoassays were calibrated with the Certified Reference Material ERM-DA470 (previously distributed under the code BCR-470), released in 1993.
Certified reference material of mycotoxins trilogy or analogue
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