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Main Title Trace residue analysis : chemometric estimations of sampling, amount, and error /
Author Kurtz, David A.
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Author Title of a Work
Kurtz, David A.,
CORP Author American Chemical Society.
Publisher American Chemical Society,
Year Published 1985
OCLC Number 12103322
ISBN 0841209251; 9780841209251
Subjects Trace elements--Analysis--Statistical methods ; Chemometrie ; Spurenanalyse ; Kongress ; Chemische analyses ; Correlatiechromatografie ; Calibratie ; Chemometrie--(DE-588)4299578-4 ; Spurenanalyse--(DE-588)4056593-2
Additional Subjects Trace elements--Analysis--Statistical methods
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EHBM  QD1.A45 no.284 CEMM/ACESD Library/Narragansett,RI 01/25/2023
EJBM  QD139.T7T73 1985 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 01/01/1988
EKBM  QD139.T7T73 1985 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 01/01/1988
EKCM  QD139.T7T73 1985 CEMM/GEMMD Library/Gulf Breeze,FL 01/01/1988
Collation x, 284 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Notes
Statistics : a child of our time? / Frauke Tschiltschke -- Sampling for chemical analysis of the environment : statistical considerations / B. Kratochvil -- Sampling and variance in measurements of trifluralin disappearance from a field soil / A.W. Taylor, J.H. Caro, H.P. Freeman, and B.C. Turner -- Processing outliers in statistical data / Johann A. Mèuhlbauer -- The many dimensions of detection in chemical analysis with special emphasis on the one-dimensional calibration curve / Lloyd A. Currie -- Introduction to the theory of correlation chromatography / Raymond Annino -- Developments in correlation chromatography : application in trace analysis / H.C. Smit -- Calibration-curve-based analysis : use of multiple-curve and weighted least-squares procedures with confidence band statistics / Douglas G. Mitchell -- The linear calibration graph and its confidence bands from regression on transformed data / David A. Kurtz, James L. Rosenberger, and Gwen J. Tamayo -- Use of cubic spline functions in solving calibration problems / Wolfhard Wegscheider -- Comparison of calibration graph amount and estimated amount intervals calculated from three research methods / David A. Kurtz -- Application of soft independent method of class analogy (SIMCA) in isomer specific analysis of polychlorinated biphenyls / D.L. Stalling, W.J. Dunn, III, T.R. Schwartz, J.W. Hogan, J.D. Petty, E. Johansson, and S. Wold -- From data to information to knowledge : the problems of metamorphosis / C. Zervos -- Panel discussion : advice to analytical chemists. The symposium on which this volume is based was formatted, first, to outline appropriate and noncumbersome methods for analytical decision making and, second, to make the methods easily understandable to the ordinary bench chemist so that they will actually be used. I visualize this text, actively being used, next to an analytical instrument. I hope it is clear enough so that when used, the bench chemist will be able to obtain more meaningful results that can be interpreted on short notice.