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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Spectroscopic methods are considered green chemistry analyses, due to their low cost, the small amount of sample, accuracy, and reliability when associated with chemometrics methods.
The company said GlucoSenz applies chemometrics methods to analyse the near-infrared (NIRS) obtained in absorbance mode through the user's thumb spectra.
Flavoromics is derived from the fields of chemometrics and metabolomics.
The interaction data from the chemical analysis with statistical techniques is called chemometrics [11].
'Data analysis is evolving quickly, from traditional chemometrics to artificial intelligence and machine learning, which together with processor speed, help to get faster and more accurate answers [from spectroscopy],' Snikkers said.
They cover high-performance materials; chemometrics and chemometric approaches; and analytical, computational, and experimental techniques.
Bagheri, Replacement based non-linear data reduction in radial basis function networks QSAR modeling, Chemometrics Intellig.
Therefore, GC-IMS can be seen as a powerful authentication method with chemometrics for oil adulteration detection for its high efficiency and accuracy.
Winzen, "Chemometrics in nearinfrared spectroscopy," in Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: Principles, Instruments, Applications, H.
In addition, such novel coupling based on a DART-QToF-MS analysis combined with chemometrics was applied for qualitative identification and confirmation of chemical components from authentic samples of four different species of cinnamon [88].