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Basic Chemometric Techniques in Atomic Spectroscopy
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Jose M Andrade-Garda (Editor), publlished by the RSC 2009
ISBN: 9780854041596

This is the first book for atomic spectroscopists to present the basic principles of experimental designs, optimization and multivariate regression. It is a practical introduction using conceptual explanations and worked examples to give readers a clear understanding of the technique. Mathematics is kept to a minimum but, when required, is kept at a basic level. Practical considerations, interpretations and troubleshooting are emphasized and literature surveys are included to guide the reader to further work.  The same dataset is used for all chapters dealing with calibration to demonstrate the differences between the different methodologies. Readers will learn how to handle spectral and chemical interferences in atomic spectrometry in a new, more efficient and cost-effective way.


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