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should use SI units throughout and adhere to the latest ISO
approved terminology. Contributors should, in particular use
analytical terms and definitions published in 'International
vocabulary of basic and general terms in metrology' (VIM) which
is published in three parts: Part 1 Basic and general terms (international),
Part 2 Vocabulary of legal metrology - fundamental terms and
Part 3 Guide to the expression of uncertainty in measurement,
published in 1995 by the International Organisation for Standardisation
also consult the following references for guidance: The international
system of units (8th edition): 2006, Bureau International de
Poids et Mesures (Sevres, France). Guide to the expression of
uncertainty in measurement, ISO Guide 98: 1995. Terms and definitions
used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 30: 1992.
Reference materials - Contents of certificates and labels, ISO
Guide 31: 2000. Calibration in analytical chemistry and the use
of certified reference materials, ISO Guide 32: 1997. Uses of
certified reference materials, ISO Guide 33: 2000. General requirements
for the competence of reference material producers, ISO Guide
34: 2000, Cor 1: 2003. Reference materials - General and statistical
principles for certification, ISO Guide 35: 2006.
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