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posted by Fizza ASAP .
I have a question asking what the importance of a standard along other samples is. I''m really unsure as to why a standard is important with other samples.
thank you.

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DrBob222
You need a standard to see how good the chemistry and/or your lab techniques are. If you don't come up with the right answer then either the procedure is not very good or your lab technique is lousy.
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