526 Pages
    by CRC Press

    526 Pages
    by CRC Press

    Chemometrics uses advanced mathematical and statistical algorithms to provide maximum chemical information by analyzing chemical data, and obtain knowledge of chemical systems. Chemometrics significantly extends the possibilities of chromatography and with the technological advances of the personal computer and continuous development of open-source software, many laboratories are interested in incorporating chemometrics into their chromatographic methods. This book is an up-to-date reference that presents the most important information about each area of chemometrics used in chromatography, demonstrating its effective use when applied to a chromatographic separation.



    1. Method development and optimization

      1. Experimental design in chromatographic method development and validation (Łukasz Komsta, Yvan Vander Heyden)

      2. Chromatographic response functions (Regina M. B. O. Duarte, João T. V. Matos, Armando C. Duarte)

      3. Chemometric strategies to characterize stationary phases (Charlene Galea, Debby Mangelings, Yvan Vander Heyden)

      4. Chromatographic applications of genetic algorithms and other nature-inspired optimization methods (Mohammad Goodarzi, Yvan Vander Heyden)

    1. Univariate analysis

      1. Statistics and validation in quantitative chromatographic analysis (Eliangiringa Kaale, Danstan Shewiyo, David Jenkins)

      2. Statistical evaluation of calibration curves in chromatography (Sven Declerck, Johan Viaene, Ines Salsinha, Yvan Vander Heyden)

    1. Data preprocessing and unsupervised analysis

      1. Introduction to multivariate data treatment (Łukasz Komsta, Yvan Vander Heyden)

      2. Introduction to exploratory and clustering techniques (Ivana Stanimirova, Michał Daszykowski)

      3. Denoising of signals, signal enhancement and baseline correction in chromatographic science (Zhi-Min Zhang, Hong-Mei Lu, Yi-Zeng Liang)

      4. Alignment of one- and two-dimensional chromatographic signals (Michał Daszykowski)

      5. Peak purity and resolution of chromatographic data (Silvia Mas, Anna de Juan)

      6. Modeling of peak shape and asymmetry (Jose Ramon Torres, Juan Jose Baeza-Baeza, Maria Celia Garcia-Alvarez-Coque,)

      7. Missing and censored data in chromatography (Ivana Stanimirova)

    1. Classification, discrimination and calibration

      1. Linear supervised techniques (Łukasz Komsta, Yvan Vander Heyden)

      2. Discriminant analysis, and classification of chromatographic data (Alessandra Biancolillo, Federico Marini)

      3. Nonlinear supervised techniques (Geert Postma, Lionel Blanchet, Frederik-Jan van Schooten, Lutgarde Buydens)

    1. Retention modelling

      1. Introduction to quantitative structure-retention relationships (QSRRs) (Krzesimir Ciura, Piotr Kawczak, Joanna Nowakowska, Tomasz Bączek)

      2. Topological Indices in modelling chromatographic retention (Małgorzata Dołowy, Katarzyna Bober, Alina Pyka-Pająk)

    1. Application overviews

      1. Introduction to fingerprinting in chromatography (Johan Viaene and Yvan Vander Heyden)

      2. Chemometric strategies in analysis of chromatographic-mass spectrometry data (Samantha Riccadonna, Pietro Franceschi)

      3. Chemometric strategies


    ?ukasz Komsta, Yvan Vander Heyden, Joseph Sherma

    "So why is this book a must purchase? It consists of seven sections, sub-divided into a number of chapters. Just the first three sections make this a book to purchase...this is a great book for all chromatographers. It will make you look and consider your experimental designs and the data you collect. Some of the methods described are not standard in your chromatographic data system. But with today’s high-performance computers and the vast amount of open source software I am sure the average lab scientist can easily implement the well-described methods in the book."

    - Chromatographia, August 2019