Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Limit of Quantification in Analytical Method Validation

What is limit of quantification in Analytical Method Validation?

One more important parameter is Limit of Quantification in Analytical Method Validation which is used get accurate, reliable and consistent test results. It can be defined as the lowest amount of analyte in a sample that can be quantified with suitable precision and accuracy.

The approaches used the calculate limit of qualification are:

  • Visual evaluation
  • Signal to noise ration
  • Standard deviation of the response and the calibration curve of the slope.

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  3. Steps in Analytical Method Validation
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  6. Robustness in Analytical Method Validation
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  8. Limit of Detection in Analytical Method Validation
  9. Range in Analytical Method Validation


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