Multicomponent Calibration and Quantitation Methods.
Interim technical rept.,
WASHINGTON UNIV SEATTLE DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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A systematic examination of calibration and quantitation methods available to analytical chemistry is made. First, simple linear calibration with one sensor is reviewed with an emphasis on chemical problems that can invalidate calibration models and what can be done about them. Then, shift is made to multivariate methods used for multicomponent analysis ending in a discussion of bilinear forms. Author
- Physical Chemistry
- Statistics and Probability