Separation sciences don't have many examples of multiplexing, but Takashi Kaneta at Kyushu University in Japan adds to the list by applying Hadamard transformation to CE for the first time. The multiplexing method encodes CE signals so that many can be measured at the same time and are then transformed to give results with better S/N.
|Publication status||Published - Oct 1 2001|
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- Analytical Chemistry