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An overview of the numerical data analysis and signal treatment techniques used in chromatography and related separation techniques, with emphasis on the description of the symmetrical and asymmetrical chromatographic peak shape models. Includes sections on data acquisition, noise, peak detection, and information theory. Contains a thorough overview of the statistics of peak overlap. Both theoretical and empirical models are discussed. Of use not only in chromatography, but in studying spectroscopic and other analytical signals.
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