Weighing masterclass: Understanding measurement uncertainty
26 Oct 2023
Are you working with balances and striving for higher precision in your sample measurements? Join this webinar, where Martin Ross, Sartorius, will delve into the critical aspects of obtaining accurate and reliable weighing results.
In this webinar, the intricacies of balance calibration and measurement uncertainty, following the Calibration Guideline No. 18 (cg-18) produced by the European Association of National Metrology Institutes (EURAMET) will be explored. Discover how internal and external factors can impact weighing results, and gain valuable insights into how to mitigate these effects.
Whether you're a scientist, laboratory technician, or anyone who relies on precise measurements, this webinar will provide the knowledge and tools to enhance the reliability and consistency of your weighing results.
Key learning objectives
- Understand how to identify environmental factors that influence weighing results
- Learn practical strategies for avoiding and minimizing measurement errors
- Explore the concept of minimum sample weight and its importance in accurate measurements
- Discover methods for determining minimum sample weight according to cg-18, USP Chapter 41 (USP41), PhEur Chapter 2.1.7, and understand the recommendations of the International Organization of Legal Metrology (OIML) in R76
Who should attend?
- Staff scientists
- Lab directors and Lab managers
- Lab technicians and Lab assistants
- Compliance experts
- Heads of labs
Certificate of attendance
All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, including a learning outcomes summary, for continuing education purposes.