Determinate Errors in Single-Point Standardizations

When using a single-point standardization, we must assume that there is a linear relationship between the signal and the analyte’s concentration. When this is not true, which often is the case at higher concentrations of analyte, then we introduce a determinate error into the analysis, as shown here.


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