Posted by **Ellen** on Tuesday, March 27, 2012 at 3:28am.

What is the likely source of error from reading a graph where the absorbance (y-axis) versus concentration (x-axis) shows non-deal behaviour. The graph is going in what looks like a line of best fit but then curves off a the end. At the end of the graph there is a curve and it kind of dips down.

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