Mass Metrology Seminar – NIST

October 23, 2017 0

The Mass Metrology Seminar is a two-week, “hands-on” seminar. It incorporates approximately 30 percent lectures and 70 percent demonstrations and laboratory work in which the trainee performs measurements by applying procedures and equations discussed in […]

Using Robotic Comparators in Mass Calibration

May 16, 2016 0

by Mettler Toledo Calibrating a weight of unknown mass requires comparison to a known reference. It’s not as simple as it sounds, however, particularly when manufacturing weights or establishing metrology standards. During manual calibration, everything […]

Pushing the Boundaries of Traceable Measurement

May 26, 2015 0

by Mettler-Toledo Calibrated microgram weights enable higher precision in nanotechnology applications In recent years, National Metrology Institutes (NMIs) around the world have fielded increasingly frequent requests for a traceable weighing standard for weights in the […]

An Introduction to Mass Metrology in Vacuum

November 16, 2011 0

By Patrick J. Abbott & Zeina J. Jabbour Mass metrology carried out in atmospheric pressure air is suitable for most every critical application. However, mass metrology in vacuum is important in several current research projects. […]

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