It is applicable whenever the uncertainty may be quantified according to the principles laid down in the Guide to the expression of uncertainty in measurement. The term uncertainty is thus a descriptor for all elements of variation in the measurement result, including uncertainty due to sampling.
It is outside the scope of ISO 10576-1:2002 to give rules for how to act when an inconclusive result of a conformity test has been obtained.
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