Validation and Measurement in Analytical Chemistry: Practical Aspects
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2024 | Viewed by 4066
Interests: analytical methods development; methods validations; quality control of analytical measurment; applied aspects of validation and quality control; chemical methodology; development of chemical sensors; environmental analytical chemistry; analytical chemistry in materials science; applied analytical chemistry
This Special Issue is aimed at covering the recent progress and practical aspects of validation and verification of analytical methods and quality control of measurements in analytical chemistry. It is envisaged to gether original high-quality papers and comprehensive reviews presenting:
- Practical details and results of validation of modified, novel or newly developed methods and sensors;
- Approaches and results from validation, verification and quality control of different stages of the entire analytical process: sampling, sample preparation, measurement of analytical signal, data treatment, analytical results and interpretation;
- Approaches for development of specific quality control procedures, withlab control samples or within lab reference materials for specific analytes, matrices or objects of analysis, as well as specific analytical methods;
- Comparative studies of different approaches for validation and verification of analytical methods, their advantages and limitations, specific applications, results and interpretation;
- Statistical approaches for treatement of data from analytical measurements and their application;
- Application of validated analytical methods in chemical technology and material science.
Applied aspects of validation and quality control procedures together with their advantages, limitations and interpretation of the results are especially encouraged. Reports on specific samples, analytes or analytical methods in different fields of science and technology are of interest. Examples of application of validated analytical methods will be also considered, especially if they present how a given issue or specific limitations are addressed. Comprehensive reviews presenting the current achivements and trends in validation of analytical methods and quality control of measurements in analytical chemistry are also invited.
Dr. Andriana Surleva
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- analytical chemistry
- analytical methods
- chemical sensors
- methods development
- methods improvement
- methods validation
- quality control of analytical measurements
- quality control samples
- reference materials
- chemical sensors
- statistical treatment
- comparative study