In multi-input chromatography (MIC), a series of injections are made in rapid succession and a chromatogram corresponding to each injection is obtained. The chromatograms resulting from the different injections overlap (or convolve) at the detector. In previous studies, cross-correlation was used to deconvolute the chromatogram from the detector output. In this investigation, adaptive digital filtering (ADF) was investigated as an alternate deconvolution procedure.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Analytical Chemistry