What Is Meant by the Term Gravimetric Factor?

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Gravimetric factors are chemical factors that were favourites of classical analytical chemistry. Gravimetric determines the pipette errors in chemical measurements for instance, using the gravimetric factor, calculate the mass of chloride in each sample of unknown and the corresponding mass percent chloride.
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