what is the differance between Analytical and semi micro
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Answer / rahul1
By the analytical balance we can mesurd spl in gram & by micro we can in mg
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Answer / tapan shaw
For assay we can use microbalance because we have to take
weight of any sample in microgram level. In analytical
balance the minimum weight to be taken 60 mg. So for lower
level(specifically below 60 mg) microbalnce should be used.
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