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In the CMCs uncertainty statements, the notation Q[a, b] stands for the root-sum-square of the terms between brackets: Q[a, b] = [a2 + b2]1/2
 
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Argentina, INTI (Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia Industrial)
Complete CMCs in Mass and related quantities for Argentina (.PDF file)
Absolute pressure. Pressure gauge, 1.5E+03 Pa to 4.0E+04 Pa
Absolute expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95 %) in Pa: 4
Gas medium
Approved on 12 February 2009
 
Absolute Pressure. Pressure gauge, 4.0E+04 Pa to 7.0E+06 Pa
Absolute expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95 %) in Pa: (2.0 + 5E-05p), p pressure in Pa
Gas medium
Approved on 12 February 2009
 
Absolute Pressure. Pressure gauge, 7.1E+06 Pa to 1.21E+07 Pa
Absolute expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95 %) in Pa: (6E-05p), p pressure in Pa
Gas medium
Approved on 12 February 2009
 
Absolute pressure. Pressure gauge, 2.0E+05 Pa to 1.0E+08 Pa
Absolute expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95 %) in Pa: (30 + 5E-05p), p pressure in Pa
Oil medium
Approved on 12 February 2009
 
Absolute pressure. Pressure gauge, 1.0E+08 Pa to 4.0E+08 Pa
Absolute expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95 %) in Pa: (4E-05p + 2.1E-13p2), p pressure in Pa
Oil medium
Approved on 12 February 2009
 
Density of liquid. Hydrometers, 0.65 g/cm3 to 2 g/cm3
Absolute expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95 %) in g/cm3: 1.00E-04
Cuckow method, weighing hydrostatic
Water temperature: 15 °C to 20 °C
Air temperature: 20 °C
Humidity: 40% to 60%


 
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