Why Is Measurement Important In The Study Of Chemistry?


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Well, SI units of measure make it so that when you measure something in the U.S. (or any other place that doesn't typically use metric) you can still repeat the same experiment done in Paris. It's an international way to share an experiment. Also, measurements are important in chemistry because if you just drop however much you guesstimate into a container and pray that you don't get blown up, you probably will eventually get hurt. It keeps you safe.

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