# What does 'concordant' mean?

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#1
Hey guys,

I have got to do an assessed experiment tomorrow for chemistry...

and just wanted to know what concordant meant?

some past mark schemes have said:

'if the student has two concordant results but does not realise and use them to calculate the average titre, they cannot gain the concordancy mark'

what does this mean?

and does that mean that i can only use the concordant results/titres when calculating the average titre?

cheers guys

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9 years ago
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#3
Concordant is 'they decided' in Latin. I assume it would generally mean 'the decided mark'.

Oh wait...I re-read the post and I totally misunderstood, my bad. x
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#5
when i did my isa it was two readings within 0.10cm^3 of each other
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9 years ago
#6
its when you have two titre readings within 0.1 cm3 of each other.. so titres will have to be repeated till they become concordant
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#7
(Original post by jdf1993)
when i did my isa it was two readings within 0.10cm^3 of each other
oh ok thanks...

does that mean you ONLY use the concordant results when calculating the 'average titre'?
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#8
Hmmm, the OED says it means 'to agree' as well.
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9 years ago
#9
Titres within 0.1cm^3 of each other.
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(Original post by Zakir)
oh ok thanks...

does that mean you ONLY use the concordant results when calculating the 'average titre'?
Yes you only use those two readings
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3 years ago
#11
The titre values should be within 0.2cm^3 of one another to be concordant and to be used for calculating the mean titre
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3 years ago
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(Original post by Galibmehedijami)
The titre values should be within 0.2cm^3 of one another to be concordant and to be used for calculating the mean titre
Why did you feel the need to re-answer a question that was asked more than 6 years ago?
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1 year ago
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(Original post by jdf1993)
when i did my isa it was two readings within 0.10cm^3 of each other
Does that include 0.10cm^3?
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1 year ago
#14
(Original post by violaz)
Does that include 0.10cm^3?
Don’t reopen old threads for that question.
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