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Table Of Contents

1.1 Historical perspective
1.2 Overview of the handbook
1.3 Purpose and scope
2 Nomenclature: Terms and Parameters
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Terms
2.3 Parameters
3 Samples and Sampling
3.1 Introduction
3.2 What is a sample?
3.3 Homogeneity and concentration ranges
4 Method Selection
4.2 Sources and strategies
4.3 Sampling considerations
4.4 Matrix effects
5 Equipment Calibration and Qualification
5.1 Qualification approaches
5.2 A convergence of ideas
6 The Method Development Process
6.1 Mapping the analytical process and determining the key factors
6.2 Simple experimental design
7.1 Recommended best practice for method validation
7.2 Describing and writing analytical methods
8 Data Evaluation, Transformation and Reporting
8.1 Exploratory data analysis
8.2 Linear calibration models
8.3 Recording and reporting of data
9 Technology Transfer
9.1 Performance expectations and acceptance criteria
9.2 Transfer of published methods into a single laboratory
9.3 Comparison of two methods
9.4 Restricted inter-laboratory trials
9.5 Full collaborative trials
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Valid Analytical Methods - Burgess

Valid Analytical Methods - Burgess

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Published by: Marcelo Torres on Jul 02, 2013
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