This is the value found from actually performing some experiment, rather than the theoretical value, which is found from reference material. This could be something like 'determine the density of water'.
This value obtained from the experiment is the experimental value.
It may be Experimental techniques , Physics or Physical chemistry.
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1974 was awarded to Paul J. Flory for his fundamental achievements, both theoretical and experimental, in the physical chemistry of the macromolecules.
1.Are there any differences between the calculated density and the experimental density of a substance? If so, why?
In chemistry it means precipitate.
In science, and most specifically chemistry, the accepted value denotes a value of a substance accepted by almost all scientists and the experimental value denotes the value of a substance's properties found in a localized lab.
true value is something that is true and experimental value is some thing that has been experimental with
the answer is error or experimental error.
A rectangle has no value - experimental or otherwise. Its area has a value, its perimeter, its aspect have values.
Experimental errors would cause the experimental value of specific heat capacity to be higher than the standard value.
He introduced experimental investigation in chemistry
The meaning in chemistry is identical to the meaning in statistics; weiggted averaging is useful in the processing of experimental data.
Samuel Morris has written: 'The comparative value of different specimens of iodine for use in chemical measurements' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Iodine 'Experimental procedures in general chemistry' -- subject(s): Chemistry, Laboratory manuals
The percentage error is how accurate your experimental values compared to the accepted value. The equation is: [(experimental value - accepted value) / accepted value] x 100
Accuracy is how close you are to your expected value and precision is how close together your experimental values are.
Lawrence M. Harwood has written: 'Experimental organic chemistry' -- subject(s): Chemistry, organic, Chemistry,Organic, Laboratory manuals
Wilbert Hutton has written: 'Experimental chemistry' 'Teaching assistance for chemical principles' -- subject(s): Chemistry