Problem #3 - Raman Scattering Spectrometer (.6-.85) Copper...

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Problem #3 Rank Accuracy (r^2) Sensing Range (ppm N) Limit of Detection (ppm N) Sensing Time (s) 1 Biosensor (0.99) ISE (.1-14000) Biosensor (0.014-0.07) Near Infrared Spectrometer (.1) 2 Copper \Cadmiu m Reduction (.95-1) Morphology Dependent Stimulated Raman Scattering Spectrometer (100-1000) ISE (.13-.15) ISFET (.5-2) 3 Attenuated Total Reflectance Spectrometer (.98) Attenuated Total Reflectance Spectrometer (.001-1000) Copper \Cadmiu m Reduction (.1-.2) Morphology Dependent Stimulated Raman Scattering Spectrometer (1-10) 4 Time Resolved Raman Spectrometer (.98) Near Infrared Spectrometer (.9-530) ISFET (.2-.7) ISE (10-60) 5 ISE (.86-.99) Time Resolved Raman Spectrometer Morphology Dependent Stimulated Raman Biosensor (15-60)
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(20-120) Scattering Spectrometer (3) 6 Near Infrared Spectrometer (.54-.92) ISFET (1.1-30) Attenuated Total Reflectance Spectrometer (13-30) Copper \Cadmiu m Reduction (36-270) 7 ISFET (.70-.78) Biosensor (0.01-25) Time Resolved Raman Spectrometer (20-40) Time Resolved Raman Spectrometer (240-300) 8 Morphology Dependent Stimulated
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Unformatted text preview: Raman Scattering Spectrometer (.6-.85) Copper \Cadmiu m Reduction (2-15) Near Infrared Spectrometer (.9-100) Attenuated Total Reflectance Spectrometer (3-900) The choice I used for this data set was reworking the chart in order to rank each soil sensor one through eight in each category. The rankings were computed based on criterion for each section. The criteria used for the accuracy was a combination of its highest possible point of accuracy, and its consistency shown by the range. The sensing range was based on which sensors could cover the widest range. The criteria for the limit of detection were graded based on which device had the shortest and smallest limit. Last the sensing time was based on the fastest possible sensing time along with its consistency judged by the range given. This chart was chosen because a consumer could look at how each device performs based on what he thinks is most important....
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