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Chemometrics — General introduction and historical development

  • Bernard G. M. Vandeginste
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Part of the Topics in Current Chemistry book series (TOPCURRCHEM, volume 141)

Abstract

Analytical chemists deal with a wide range of decision making problems such as: the selection and design of an analytical method, and processing and interpretation of the measured data. For this purpose, formal strategies and algorithms based on statistical and mathematical techniques are needed. The development of such strategies is the area of research of Chemometrics, a discipline of analytical chemistry. In this paper the role of chemometrics in the analytical process is discussed and a historical survey is given of the development of Chemometrics during the past two decades. A selection of standard Chemometric tools available to the analytical chemist is discussed in some more detail: multivariate optimization, data processing and calibration. The paper is closed with a few remarks on future directions of Chemometrics.

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  • Bernard G. M. Vandeginste
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  1. 1.Laboratory for Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of SciencesCatholic University of Nijmegen, ToernooiveldNijmegenThe Netherlands

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