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Chapter 5 Signals and Noise
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Concept Map of Chapter 1. Define Signal 2. Define Noise 3. Define S/N ratio 4. Sources of Noise 5. S/N ratio maximization 5a. Instrumental Approaches 5b. Software Approaches 4a. Chemical Noise 4b. Instrumental Noise
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Definitions The instrumental response can be understood as consisting of two parts: signal (S) and noise (N) What is signal? What is noise? Signal : That part of the instrumental response that is associated with the analyte. In theory this signal should be directly proportional to the analyte concentration. Noise : That part of the instrumental response that is associated with the analyte. In theory this signal should be directly proportional to the analyte concentration.
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Superposition time (min) response (mV) 1. Signal time (min) 2. Noise time (min) 3. Superposition
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