chemometrics


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chemometrics

[‚kē·mō′me·triks]
(analytical chemistry)
The use of statistics and mathematics for experimental design and analysis of chemical data.
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Such technology has not been deployed before in healthcare diagnostics because of the complexity of the required knowledge and expertise in the field of chemometrics.
The Reveal platform uses spectroscopy with built-in chemometrics to measure solids, liquids and gases "in-line" for batch and continuous manufacturing.
It is not perfect, but it is truly amazing that we can predict breast cancer years into the future," said Rasmus Bro, a professor of chemometrics in the Department of Food Science at University of Copenhagen.
Application of chemometrics in understanding the spatial distribution of human pharmaceuticals in surface water", Environ Monit Assess, 184: 6735-6748.
It also has third party chemometrics analysis programs can be used to provide more quantitative analysis of active ingredient concentrations and excipients, useable with physical/chemical identifiers/markers in genuine drugs and it is easy-to-use, potentially operated by non-scientific personnel.
Labeling and testing requirements in the EU, US, and Australia are discussed, followed by coverage of a variety of analytical and modeling techniques used to verify origin and quality, including isotope analysis, DNA sequencing, geospatial modeling, vibrational spectroscopy, and chemometrics.
A reliable method for comprehensive chemical analysis of Wuweizi by HPLC-DAD-MS combined with chemometrics was developed for discriminating the origin information and evaluating the quality of Wuweizi.
In fact, computer software manipulation of chemical data, known as chemometrics, can be applied to any set of data to determine if the data generated from a new sample closely match previous data sets.
Chemometrics characterisation of the quality of river water, Analytica Chimica Acta 462: 87-100.
Usefulness of near-infrared reflectance (NIR) spectroscopy and chemometrics to discriminate fishmeal batches made with different fish species.
The most important purpose of chemometrics is to quantitatively estimate component concentrations in a mixture.
The UnscramblerX is not the original multivariate statistics/DOE program that only assists chemical engineers with spectroscopy and chromatography chemometrics.