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Experimental error is the difference between measurements, which deviates from a true value.
Error can be grouped into 2 major categories: Random error and Systematic error.
Concept #1: Experimental Error
Calculating percent error allows a chemist to determine the amount of precision in their calculations.
Concept #2: Random Errors
Concept #3: Systematic Error
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