Dry Vial Experiment
The slightest movement or the stability of the table where it is located should really be firm for even the slightest vibrations greatly affect the result. It is then concluded that there should be only few people inside the room to avoid movements, therefore increase the probability of more accurate results. It was also observed that the analytical balance should be placed in a closed room to prevent the air hindrance. Some of the results were not accurate due to personal errors, instrument errors and other influences which were mentioned in the discussion. The objectives were still met; the experimenters have learned the proper usage of the analytical balance and were able to determine the errors that were done.
Tanuja Koppal, Ph.D. Analytical Balances.
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