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Why must your line intersect the origin of the graph ( zero concentration equals zero absorbance)? Explain

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  1. The origin is a known point, because it is not possible to have zero absorbance with non-zero concentration and vice versa.

    If the straight line has good correlation but does not pass through the origin, a systematic error would be suspected, such as calibration of instrument, etc.

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