Published: Mar 1996
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BY ANALOGY TO GOOD LABORATORY practices, we can delineate administrative procedures that facilitate the function of a metals analysis laboratory. The focus here, as well, are quality issues, for without an organizing effort the most technically competent labs will appear to flounder. This is also, perhaps, the best place to characterize the different “personalities” and styles of operation that a metals lab can acquire since the administrative function molds that to a large degree.