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Define calibration. Explain process of calibration in detail. 

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The process of deriving the value of a quantity by comparing that quantity with a standard quantity is called as calibration. Calibration of instrument is done to obtain correct unknown value of each scale reading on measuring instrument. There are 3 main reasons for having instrument calibration:  To ensure reading from an instrument are consistent with other measurements.  To determine the accuracy of the instrument reading.  To establish the reliability of the instrument i.e. it can be trusted. 

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