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please tell me about nominal %
how we find nominal % in validation method?
thanks to all
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Smriti,
Nominal percent is sometimes used to indicate that the percentage is in mixed units, such as mg/mL. In such cases, just use the actual percentage in the units given.
Regards,
Frank Bales, Ph.D.
Email: frankbales.-a-.msn.com
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This is percent of nominal, and is relative recovery. It is simply the returned or reported amount (OBSERVED) divided by the Nominal (EXPECTED) times 100 or (OBS/EXP)X100. Since most researchers suggest reporting total error it may be better to calculate % Relative error, %RE, where % RE is the absolute value or |(OBS-EXP/EXP)| X 100.
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