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Most of the components in this mixture were resolved in only 2 min. 20 / Synovec et al. that eluted around 75 s on column 1 required GRAM analysis to obtain resolution between the chromatographic peaks. Examples for the sample, M, and standard, N, data matrix of these samples are shown in Fig. 7. In most cases the data matrices M and N that are being analyzed by a chemometric method are small regions of separation data matrices containing overlapped peaks. The rank-based retention time alignment method relies on the data matrix formed by augmenting the sample and standard data Fig.
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Advances in Chromatography: Volume 42 by Phyllis R. Brown, Eli Grushka