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Standard ID JJF 1005-2016 (JJF1005-2016)
Description (Translated English) General Terms and Definitions Used in Connection with Reference Materials
Sector / Industry Metrology & Measurement Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard A61
Word Count Estimation 24,295
Date of Issue 2016-11-30
Date of Implementation 2017-05-30
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) JJF 1005-2005
Quoted Standard JJF 1001-2011; GB/T 3358.2-2009; GB/T 21415-2008; ISO/IEC ָ�� 99-2007; ISO ָ�� 30-2015
Adopted Standard JJF 1001-2011
Drafting Organization China Institute of Metrology
Administrative Organization National Standard Material Metrology Technical Committee
Regulation (derived from) State Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine Notice No.119 of 2016
Issuing agency(ies) State Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine
Summary This standard specifies the common terms and definitions for reference materials and applies to the technical work in the field of reference materials and can be used in the field of measurement and other technology.

Standards related to: JJF 1005-2016

JJF 1005-2016
General Terms and Definitions Used in Connection with Reference Materials
National Metrological Technical Code of the People's Republic of China
General terms and definitions of reference materials
2016-11-30 release
2017-05-30 implementation
State Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine issued
General terms and definitions of reference materials
Replacing JJF 1005-2005
Unit. National Standard Material Metrology Technical Committee
The main drafting unit. China Institute of Metrology
Participated in the drafting unit. Beijing Hospital
Iron and Steel Research Institute
National Environmental Analysis and Testing Center
National Geological Experiment Testing Center
This specification entrusts the National Standard Material Metrology Technical Committee to explain
The main drafters of this specification.
Yu Yadong (China Institute of Metrology)
Lu xiahua (China Institute of Metrology)
Ni Xiaoli (China Institute of Metrology)
Participate in the drafters.
Chen Wenxiang (Beijing Hospital)
Hu Xiaoyan (Iron and Steel Research Institute)
Wu Zhongxiang (National Environmental Analysis and Testing Center)
Wang Yaping (National Geological Experimental Testing Center)
table of Contents
Introduction (Ⅳ)
1 range (1)
2 References (1)
3 Basic terms for reference materials (1)
3.1 Reference material (1)
3.2 Certificate of Reference (2)
3.3 Reference material for reference material (2)
3.4 Substrate reference material (2)
3.5 Primary level measurement standard (3)
3.6 Secondary measurement standard (3)
3.7 International measurement standards (3)
3.8 National measurement standards (3)
3.9 Sample (3)
3.10 Minimum sample size (3)
3.11 (production) batch (3)
3.12 (standard substance) setting (4)
3.13 Assignment (4)
3.14 Uniformity (4)
3.15 Uniformity between units (4)
3.16 Uniformity within the unit (4)
3.17 Stability (4)
3.18 Transport stability (4)
3.19 long-term stability (4)
3.20 (standard material) life (4)
3.21 (valid for standard substance) (5)
3.22 interchangeability (5)
3.23 matrix effect (5)
3.24 Calibrator (5)
3.25 Quality Control Substances (5)
4 Criteria for measurement and testing of reference materials (5)
4.1 (characteristic of the standard substance) (5)
4.2 Quantity (5)
4.3 Nominal characteristics (6)
4.4 Determination (6)
4.5 Indication value (6)
4.6 Measuring precision (6)
4.7 Measurement accuracy (6)
4.8 Accuracy of measurement (6)
4.9 Metrological traceability (7)
4.10 Inter-laboratory comparison (7)
4.11 Measuring method (7)
4.12 Measuring procedures (8)
4.13 Reference method (8)
4.14 Original reference measurement procedure (8)
4.15 Measurement Uncertainty (8)
4.16 Standard measurement uncertainty (8)
4.17 Synthetic Standard Measurement Uncertainty (9)
4.18 Extended Measurement Uncertainty (9)
4.19 Include Probability (9)
4.20 contains factor (9)
4.21 Measurement comparability of measurement results (9)
4.22 Measurement Compatibility of Measurement Results (9)
4.23 Confirmation (10)
5 Criteria for the identification and publication of reference materials (10)
5.1 Identification of reference materials (10)
5.2 Certificate of Reference Material (10)
5.3 Criteria for substance identification report (10)
5.4 Product information list (10)
5.5 Development of standard materials (production) institutions (10)
5.6 Subcontractors (10)
5.7 (standard substance) development (production) (11)
6 Statistical terms related to the determination of standard substances (11)
6.1 Sampling (11)
6.2 Sample Size (11)
6.3 Representative samples (11)
6.4 Simple random sampling (11)
6.5 Stratified sampling (11)
6.6 Simple random sampling (12)
6.7 (characteristic) distribution (12)
6.8 Independent Test/Measurement Results (12)
6.9 Repeatability measurement conditions (12)
6.10 Reproducibility measurement conditions (12)
6.11 target value (12)
6.12 Uncertainty of target measurement (12)
Chinese Index (13)
English Index (15)
introduction
This specification is a revision of the JJF 1005-2005 Terminology and Definitions of Common Reference Materials.
This specification takes precedence over JJF 1001-2011 "General Metrology Terms and Definitions" and ISO /IEC Guide 99.
2007 "Common Metrics in International Metrology Basis General Concepts and Related Terms (VIM)", "
Standard substance "; replace the ISO guidelines with the terms" ordinal "and" nominal characteristics "in VIM 30.
The term "property property" in the "Selected Terms and Definitions of Standard Substance", and
The modification uses the definition of "attribute value" in ISO Guide 30..2015. The specification uses ISO guidelines 30..2015
In all other terms, to ensure consistency of the full text, ISO Guide 30..2015 terms defined in the
"(Attribute) value or attribute" collectively referred to in this specification "(the characteristic value of the standard substance). The specification was collected at the same time
GB/T 3358.2-2009 "Statistical vocabulary and symbols Part 2. Application statistics", GB/T 21415-2008
"In vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices Quantitative Measurement of Biological Samples Calibrating Traceability of Calibrated and Controlled Substances"
As well as other relevant terms and definitions in JJF 1001-2011 and ISO /IEC Guide 99..2007.
In this revision, in the premise of ensuring that VIM is substantially equivalent, some of the terms in JJF 1001-2011
(Including note) of the contents of the modified and added, including the standard material, a certified reference material, measurement accuracy, measured
Quantitative accuracy, measurement precision, repeatability measurement conditions, metrological traceability, measurement methods, measurement procedures,
Test procedure, synthetic standard measurement uncertainty, extended measurement uncertainty, inclusion probability, inclusion factor, measurement
The measurement of the results of the comparability of the measurement results of the measurement compatibility; part of the term definition in parentheses given the original English
Part of the term, such as interchangeability, calibration, standard material development (production) institutions in the definition of the addition of the Notes;
The definition of the word order, the nominal character, and the addition of an example in the art.
This specification retains the JQF1005-2005 Terminology and Definitions in Reference Materials.
(To the basic terms of reference material), the standard substance measurement and testing related terms, the reference substance identification and release related surgery
In the three chapters of the language, the original terms attached to the original appendix A were added, and the fourth category was added.
Learn related terms. JJF 1005-2005 The text and appendix contains a total of 46 terms, this amendment to increase to
67, the deletion of the proposed value, undetermined value, the adoption of the reference value, the uncertainty of the determination of the baseline reference material,
Benchmark (measurement) method, reference (measurement) method, confirmed (measurement) method, accreditation mechanism, confidence level,
Repeatability of measurement results, reproducibility of measurement results, systematic errors, random errors and other terms. According to international standards
Material and measurement fields related to the latest changes in terms and definitions and the needs of the field, an increase of the original level of measurement standards, secondary
Measurement standards, assignment, unit homogeneity, homogeneity within the unit, transport stability, long-term stability, (standard
Quality), interchangeability, matrix effect, calibrator, quality control substance, order quantity, nominal characteristics, measured correctly
Degree, measurement method, measurement program, reference method, primary reference measurement program, inclusion probability, inclusion factor, measurement
Results of the measurement compatibility, confirmation, product information list, subcontractor, target value, target measurement uncertainty, pumping
Sample, repeatability measurement conditions, reproducibility measurement conditions and other terms. At the same time, the terms of the definition of the terms of the definition of the content
Was updated.
The previous versions of this specification are released.
--- JJF 1005-1986;
--- JJF 1005-2005.
General terms and definitions of reference materials
1 Scope
This specification specifies common terms and definitions for reference materials and applies to technical personnel in the field of reference materials.
And can be used in the field of measurement and other technology.
2 reference file
This specification refers to the following documents.
Standard Terminology and Definitions for JJF 1001-2011
GB/T 3358.2-2009 Statistical vocabulary and symbols - Part 2. Application statistics (ISO 3534-2.
2006, IDT)
GB/T 21415-2008 In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices Quantitative Measurement of Biological Samples Calibrators and Controls
Metrological traceability of qualitative assignments (ISO 17511..2003, IDT)
ISO /IEC Guide 99..2007 International Metrology Vocabulary Basis General Concepts and Related Terms
(Internationalvocabulary of metrology-Basicandgeneralconceptsandassociated
terms, VIM)
ISO Guide 30..2015 Standard Substance Selection Terms and Definitions (Referencematerial-Selected
termsanddefinitions
For dated references, only the dated edition applies to this specification; references that are not dated
, The latest version (including all modifications) applies to this specification.
Basic terminology of reference material
3.1 Reference material referencematerial, RM
Reference substance
Substances with sufficient uniformity and stability, and their properties are suitable for use in measurements or nominal characteristics.
Use. [JJF 10018.14, VIM5.13]
NOTE 1 The inspection of nominal characteristics provides nominal characteristic values and their uncertainties. The uncertainty is not a measure of uncertainty.
Note 2. A reference substance with or without an amount of value can be used to measure precision control, and only the reference substance is given a value
Calibrate or measure the accuracy control.
Note 3. "Reference material" includes both the amount of substance and the substance with nominal properties.
Example 1 A quantity of a reference substance.
a) gives the purity of water, the kinetic viscosity used to calibrate the viscometer;
b) Human serum with cholesterol but no concentration assigned to its substance is used only for measurement precision control;
c) elucidated the contents of the two oral malignancies with the mass fraction of the fish tissue used as a calibrator.
Example 2 Standard substance with nominal properties.
a) one or more color maps of the specified color;
b) a DNA compound containing a specific nucleic acid sequence;
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