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If this storage lot is to be comparable with the check, one must make a correction, dividing its average dry weight (column 2) by the weight of the phosphorus in it (column 3) and multiplying by the weight of the phosphorus in the check. The same calculation is made for each of the storage lots. The results (column 5) give the average dry weight after storage of each lot containing the same weight of this element as is present in the check. These corrected sample weights after storage are those that would result if the fresh samples at time of storage had contained exactly the same weights of solids.