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FOURIER-ANALYSIS OF MULTICOMPONENT CHROMATOGRAMS - THEORY AND MODELS

By A. FELINGER, L. PASTI and F. DONDI

Abstract

On the bases of only the assumptions of the indipendence between peak heights and peak position and of the stationary retention time distribution and under the hypothesis of constant peak shape, Fourier Analysis is applied to analyze the structure of multicomponent chromatograms. A general theoretical expression for the poer spectrum of the cgromatogram is derived as a function of peak shape parameters and peak position distribution. The theoretical expression are validated by employing sinthetic chromatograms

Topics: Complex Mixture, Separation Optimization, Peak Shape Parameters Estimation, Gas Chromatography
Publisher: American Chemical Society:1155 Sixteenth Street Northwest:Washington, DC 20036:(800)227-5558, EMAIL: service@acs.org, INTERNET: http://www.pubs.acs.org, Fax: (614)447-3671
Year: 1990
OAI identifier: oai:iris.unife.it:11392/462759
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