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me·trol·o·gy

(mĕ-trol'ŏ-jē)
1. The science of weights and measures.
2. The arithmetic of pharmacy and its application to dosage, preparation, compounding, and dispensing of medication.
[G. metron, measure, + logos, study]

metrology

The science and technology of measurement (e.g., of body parts or chemical reagents).

metrology

the study of weights and measures used in prescription writing.
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Al Kuwari further pointed out that Qatar boasted of having one of the biggest metrological laboratories within the region, bigger than Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and planned to join the International Bureau of Weights and Measures popularly known as BIPM in the future.
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The study included comparisons with other countries that already have metrological services in place, such as Jordan, Qatar & Australia, and the fees were established on clear basis and transparent criteria, aiming at protecting the rights, health & environment of consumers, traders & manufacturers through control of these instruments.
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