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16 Jul 2009

Laboratory Quality Assurance Guidelines

Laboratory chemists have come to acknowledge that, although a particular analytical method may have been validated by a collaborative study, a particular laboratory’s performance in conducting the method may reduce the precision and accuracy of the method itself. Consequently, national and international standards agencies have developed laboratory quality assurance accreditations in an attempt to minimize these discrepancies. In order to assure the delivery of the most accurate and precise analytical data, the IFA Working Group on Method Harmonization has developed a set of guidelines for laboratories.

Publisher: IFA, Paris, France, July 2009
Date of publication: 16 Jul 2009
Language: English