Designed to be a useful desk reference. The first paper critically reviews the developments in infrared quantitative analysis through the year 1984. The next two papers are heavily applications-oriented to petroleum and synthetic polymers. Three papers focus on the use of computerized techniques to carry out multicomponent analysis by infrared methods. One presents the essential aspects of using factor analysis in quantitative spectroscopic applications. The final paper emphasizes the need for caution and crosschecking in the use of computers for spectroscopic determination.
Multicomponent Calibration and Quantitation Methods
Kowalski B., Osten D.
Some Applications of Computer-Assisted Quantitative Infrared Spectroscopy
Compton D., Grasselli J., Kollar R., Mooney J., Young J.
Novel Quantitative Polymer Analysis Through Computerized Infrared Spectroscopy
Barnes D., Chalmers J., Mackenzie M., Willis H.
Quantitative Fourier Transform Infrared Methods for Real Complex Samples
Crocombe R., Hill S., Olson M.
Application of Computerized Quantitative Infrared Spectroscopy to the Determination of the Principal Lipids Found in Blood Serum
Lehmann C., McClure G., Roush P., Williams J.
Computerized Infrared: The Need for Caution
Paper ID: STP934-EB