An examination of the relationship between atomic absorption readings and atomic emission readings in the Joint Oil Analysis Program
Choi, Moon Soo
Larson, Harold J.
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The purpose of this thesis is to examine the relationship between atomic absorption spectrometer readings and atomic emission spectrometer readings. Orthogonal regression techniques are employed to analyze correlation program data from the Joint Oil Analysis Program. Actual used-oil sample analyses from the B003 data bank are employed to see if the estimated relationships from the correlation program data prove usable for real used-oil samples.
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