How Can the Mass of a Lot L be Reduced?
Heterogeneity and Sampling.
Objects in Three, Two, One or Zero Dimension(s).
The Practical Sampling of Moving Streams of Material.
Conclusions on the Qualitative Approach.
THE QUANTITATIVE APPROACH: TAKING REPRODUCIBLE SAMPLES FROM A POPULATION OF NON-ORDERED OBJECTS.
The Heterogeneity of a Population.
Sampling: The Zero-Dimensional Model: The Fundamental Error FE.
Sampling: The Zero-Dimensional Model: The Segregation and Grouping Error SGE.
THE QUANTITATIVE APPROACH: ENSURING THE REPRODUCIBILITY OF SAMPLES TAKEN FROM A SERIS OF CHRONOLOGICALLY ORDERED OBJECTS.
Heterogeneity: The One-Dimensional Model.
Sampling: The One-Dimensional Model.
THE QUANTITATIVE APPROACH: OTHER APPLICATIONS OF SAMPLING THEORY.
Measurement of Mass by Proportional Sampling.
“This text is strongly recommended to those who oversee or are involved in sample quality control in moving stream industrial settings. This text will also find utility for students studying sampling methods in advanced analytical chemistry courses.” (J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1999)