Analytical Chemistry

A Little Math

What is an analyte?

An analyte is simply the chemical species whose properties we are trying to measure in an analytical chemistry experiment. Most often, analytical chemists are interested in measuring the concentration of an analyte present in a sample. The measurement of an analyte concentration is a quantitative observation.


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