Chemometrics is a chemical discipline that uses mathematical and statistical methods in order to extract useful information from multivariate chemical data. Moreover, chemometrics is applied to correlate quality parameters or physical properties to analytical instrument data such as calculating pH from a measurement of hydrogen ion activity or a Fourier transform interpolation of a spectrum. Aim of this thesis project is to develop chemometrical strategies for the elaboration and the interpretation of non-selective complex data in order to solve real problems in food, industry and environmental fields.

Chemometrics Methods Applied to Non-Selective Signals in Order to Address Mainly Food, Industrial and Environmental Problems

HOOSHYARI, MARYAM
2020-03-20

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Chemometrics is a chemical discipline that uses mathematical and statistical methods in order to extract useful information from multivariate chemical data. Moreover, chemometrics is applied to correlate quality parameters or physical properties to analytical instrument data such as calculating pH from a measurement of hydrogen ion activity or a Fourier transform interpolation of a spectrum. Aim of this thesis project is to develop chemometrical strategies for the elaboration and the interpretation of non-selective complex data in order to solve real problems in food, industry and environmental fields.
Chemometrics, PCA, PARAFAC, SIMCA, PLS-CM, PLSDA, ANOVA, PLS, QDA, D-Optimal Design, Green Tea, Lichen Thalli, Air Pollution, Engine Oil, Base Oil, Crude Oil, Naphthenic Acid, Produced Water, NIR, Fluorescence, LC- HRMS, UV-Visible, Spectroscopy, Chromatography.
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