In general no, it isnt valid to dilute your standards and multiply back up.
What you can do is dilute your samples so they fall into the range of your valid standards, then multiply back up to account for the dilution factor.
(as in, you do a 1:10 of your sample so it falls in the range of the standards, then multiply the value by ten to get the actual concentration.)
FlicFlakMember Since 18 Feb 2009
Offline Last Active Sep 20 2012 05:41 AM
- Group Active Members
- Active Posts 6
- Profile Views 824
- Member Title member
- Age Age Unknown
- Birthday Birthday Unknown
My research interests
pharmacology, biochemistry, physiology