Statistics for Analytical Chemistry / Edition 3by James C. Miller, J. N. Miller
Pub. Date: 08/13/1992
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
This text/reference provides a clear explanation of the underlying principles of traditional statistical methods and reflects the enormous impact of microelectronics for the rapid calculation of chemometric procedures, such as pattern recognition, optimization, and numerical techniques. Focuses on tests appropriate to the problems likely to be encountered in the laboratory. Provides full coverage of such topics as: errors in classical analysis statistics of repeated measurements; significance tests; quality control and sampling; errors in instrument analysis; regression and correlation; rapid and non-parametric methods; experimental design, optimization, and pattern recognition. For students, researchers, lab technicians, and scientists working in all areas of analytical chemistry and related sciences e.g., biochemistry, industrial chemistry, pharmaceutical analysis, environmental chemistry, forensic science, clinical chemistry.
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