Definition of the reference standard

The reference standard is generally defined as a certified substance or material, provided by an authoritative body, which exhibits one or more well-established properties, which can be used to calibrate any device, assign estimates to materials and evaluate a measure. method.

There are generally three categories of reference standards in pharmaceutical science analytical reference standards, authentic materials and working standards.

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