Quality of measuring and urban enviromental stations.


  • Luigi Campanella


environmental stations, quality of measuring, analytical control


Society is daily influenced by analytical measurements on which legal, commercial and social decisions are based. The accuracy of a chemical measurement is fundamental, depending on its purpose, but it becomes still more important when analysis concerns the state of the environment and human health. Industrialised countries generally spend about 6% of their gross internal balance on measurements and related operations. Much of these costs are wasted as they duplicate analysis already performed and relate to untraceable analytical data.


How to Cite

Campanella, L. (2010). Quality of measuring and urban enviromental stations. Biophysics and Bioengineering Letters, 3(1). Retrieved from https://rosa.uniroma1.it/rosa00/index.php/biophysics_and_bioengineering/article/view/8878