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Tutorial review. Qualitative analysis in the near-infrared region

Abstract

This review provides an up-to-date overview of the chemometric approaches available to users of near-infrared spectroscopy specifically for the solution of qualitative analytical problems. The problems addressed include discrimination between similar materials of different functional classes; identification of pure chemicals using a previously established spectral library; selection of optimum calibration sample sets with detection of outlying and redundant samples; and preliminary investigations into the analysis of mixtures. Among procedures discussed are discriminant methods (both supervised and unsupervised) and pattern recognition techniques.

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Article type: Review Article
DOI: 10.1039/AN9941902367
Citation: Analyst, 1994,119, 2367-2375
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    Tutorial review. Qualitative analysis in the near-infrared region

    G. Downey, Analyst, 1994, 119, 2367
    DOI: 10.1039/AN9941902367

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