This project focuses on the use of scanning detectors (primarily optical) for exploiting the (theoretical) infinite time-dependant data in the matrix, which any FIA-concentration gradient inherently represents, supplemented by application of advanced mathematical and statistical methods to resolve the spectral information, e.g., for simultaneous determination of several components. Previous Ph.D-projects include selective determination of rare earth elements by means of ICP-MS (in cooperation with Research Center Risø), and multivariate methods for the assessment of fundamental quality parameters for frozen fish. Additionally, published results comprize applications to potentiometric stripping analysis (PSA) and FIA-speciation procedures.
|Effective start/end date||01/01/1985 → …|
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