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Statistical Treatment of Analytical Data

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272 pages
Statistical techniques have assumed an integral role in both the interpretation and quality assessment of analytical results. In this book the range of statistical methods available for such tasks are described in detail, with the advantages and disadvantages of each technique clarified by use of examples. With a focus on the essential practical application of these techniques the book also includes sufficient theory to facilitate understanding of the statistical principles involved.


Statistical Treatment of Analytical Data is written for professional analytical chemists in industry, government and research institutions who require a practical understanding of the application of statistics in day to day activities in the analytical laboratory. It is also for students who require further and detailed information that may not be available directly in a typical undergraduate course.

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Contents
Preface 1 Introduction 1.1 Statistics and quality assurance, control and assessment 1.2 References
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Statistical measures of experimental data 2.1 Mean and standard deviation 2.2 Graphical distributions of the data – bar charts or histograms 2.3 Propagation of errors (uncertainties) 2.4 References
Distribution functions 3.1 Confidence limit of the mean 3.2 Measurements and distribution functions 3.3 Mathematical presentation of distribution and probability functions 3.4 Continuous distribution functions 3.5 Discrete distribution functions 3.6 References
Confidence limits of the mean 4.1 Confidence limits 4.2 The Central Limit Theorem – the distribution of means 4.3 Confidence limit of the mean 4.4 Confidence limits of the mean of small samples 4.5 Choosing the sample size
Significance test 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Comparison of an experimental mean with an expected value (standard) 5.3 Comparison of two samples 5.4 Pairedt–test 5.5 Comparing two variances – theFtest 5.6 Comparison of several means 2 5.7 The chisquared (x) test
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Testing for normal distribution – probability paper Nonparametric tests References
Outliers 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Dixon’sQtest 6.3 The rule of huge error 6.4 Grubbs test for outliers 6.5 Youden test for outlying laboratories 6.6 References
Instrumental calibration – regression analysis 7.1 Errors in instrumental analysis vs. classical ‘wet chemistry’ methods 7.2 Standards for calibration curves 7.3 Derivation of an equation for calibration curves 7.4 Least squares as a maximum likelihood estimator 7.5 Tests for linearity 7.6 Calculation of the concentration 7.7 Weighted least squares linear regression 7.8 Polynomial calibration equations 7.9 Linearization of calibration curves in nuclear measurements 7.10 Nonlinear curve fitting 7.11 Fitting straightline data with errors in both coordinates 7.12 Limit of detection 7.13 References
Identification of analyte by multimeasurement analysis 8.1 References
Smoothing of spectra signals 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Smoothing of spectrum signals 9.3 Savitzky and Golay method (SG method) 9.4 Studies in noise reduction 9.5 Extension of SG method 9.6 References
Peak search and peak integration 10.1 A statistical method 10.2 First derivative method 10.3 Second derivative method 10.4 Computer – visual separation of peaks
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Selection of the fitting interval and integration References
Fourier Transform methods 11.1 Fourier Transform methods in spectroscopy 11.2 Mathematics of Fourier Transforms 11.3 Discrete Fourier Transforms 11.4 Fast Fourier Transforms (FFT) 11.5 References
General and specific issues in uncertainty analysis Introduction The uncertainty era Uncertainties and the laws of nature The creation of the universe and the law of energy and mass conservation Statistical and systematic uncertainties Bias Factors (BF) The generalized Bias Operator (BO) method The statistical paradox The rejection test Uncertainty analysis based on sensitivity analysis Nonlinear aspects of uncertainty analysis Uncertainty analysis for several responses Data adjustment References
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Artificial neural networks – unlikely but effective tools in analytical chemistry 13.1 Introduction 13.2 Overview and goals 13.3 A brief history of artificial neural networks 13.4 Multilayer perceptrons ANN 13.5 The Kohonen selforganizing map ANN 13.6 ANN modeling tasks 13.7 Integration with other AI techniques 13.8 Review of recent ANN applications in analytical chemistry 13.9 References Appendix A: A brief description of the PCACG algorithm Appendix B: Network reduction algorithm Appendix C: Prediction of diesel fuel cetane number
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