## Theoretical and Practical Limits of Measurement Accuracy: 2nd Symposium of the IMEKO Technical Committee on Metrology--TC8 : Proceedings |

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Participants of the first comparisons were ASMW (GDR), HRC (Canada), VNIIM (

resulted in the mean deviation of the size of the measurement unit realized by the

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Participants of the first comparisons were ASMW (GDR), HRC (Canada), VNIIM (

**USSR**), NBS (USA) and ETL (Japan) /12/. The comparisons carried out at 3GHzresulted in the mean deviation of the size of the measurement unit realized by the

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comparisons were the metrological institutions of PRB, GDR, HPR, SRR,

andC'.JSR /13/. The comparisons carried out at 3 and 10 GHz yielded the mean

deviation of the size of the measurement unit realized by the

comparisons were the metrological institutions of PRB, GDR, HPR, SRR,

**USSR**andC'.JSR /13/. The comparisons carried out at 3 and 10 GHz yielded the mean

deviation of the size of the measurement unit realized by the

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P. BOlOia and B. GYARitATI, Hungary: Accuracy limits of pressure measurements

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**USSR**: ;.;easurenents of ultimate lowpressures 143 G.S. A13I10K and B.N. 01EINIK, U3SR: theoretical and practical

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