Compensation for Drift and Interferences in Multicomponent Analysis.
Interim technical rept.,
WASHINGTON UNIV SEATTLE LAB FOR CHEMOMETRICS
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The detection and subsequent correction of drift in an analytical signal occurring during the course of an analysis is a common problem in analytical chemistry. In this paper, a solution to this problem is presented in the form of an extension to the theory of the Generalized Standard Addition Method GSAM, a method currently used to simultaneously correct for matrix effects and interferences in multicomponent analysis. Author
- Physical Chemistry