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Analytical Chemistry

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What are interferences?

Interferences are substances that interfere with the measurement of the analyte we are interested in. They give a similar response to our analyte in whatever analytical measurement we are making. Typically analytical chemists want to remove any interferences from a sample prior to making a measurement, or, alternatively, choose the method of analysis carefully, so as to avoid any signals caused by interferences.



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