Calculate "Unknown" Concentrations Using a Standard Curve

A standard curve is a graph relating a measured quantity (radioactivity, fluorescence, or optical density, for example) to concentration of the substance of interest in "known" samples. You prepare and assay "known" samples containing the substance in amounts chosen to span the range of concentrations that you expect to find in the "unknown" samples. You then draw the standard curve by plotting assayed quantity (on the Y axis) vs. concentration (on the X axis).  Such a curve can be used to determine concentrations of the substance in "unknown" samples.  This program automates this process. » Read more about Math Details
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