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Formulation simplified : finding the sweet spot through design and analysis of experiments with mixtures

Author: Mark J Anderson; Patrick J Whitcomb; Martin A Bezener
Publisher: New York : Taylor & Francis, [2018]
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"Many chemists - especially those most brilliant in their field - fail to appreciate the power of planned experimentation. They dislike the mathematical aspects of statistical analysis. In addition, these otherwise very capable chemists also dismissed predictive models based only on empirical data. Ironically, in the hands of subject matter experts like these elite chemists, the statistical methods of mixture design  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Anderson, Mark J., 1953-
Formulation simplified.
New York : Taylor & Francis, [2018]
(DLC) 2017054326
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mark J Anderson; Patrick J Whitcomb; Martin A Bezener
ISBN: 9781315165578 1315165570 9781351677523 1351677527 9781351677509 1351677500 9781138056046 1138056049 1138056014 9781138056015
OCLC Number: 1023838966
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Getting your toe into mixtures --
Triangulating your region of formulation --
Simplex lattice designs to any degree you like --
Mixture constraints that keep recipes reasonable --
Optimal design to customize your experiment --
Getting crafty with multicomponent constraints --
Multiple response optimization hits the spot --
Screening for vital components --
Working amounts, categorical and process factors into the mix --
Blocking and splitting designs for ease of experimentation --
Practical magic for making the most of a mixture --
References --
Index --
About the software.
Responsibility: Mark J. Anderson, Patrick J. Whitcomb, Martin A. Bezener.

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"Many chemists - especially those most brilliant in their field - fail to appreciate the power of planned experimentation. They dislike the mathematical aspects of statistical analysis. In addition, these otherwise very capable chemists also dismissed predictive models based only on empirical data. Ironically, in the hands of subject matter experts like these elite chemists, the statistical methods of mixture design and analysis provide the means for rapidly converging on optimal compositions. What differentiates Formulation Simplified from the standard statistical texts on mixture design is that the authors make the topic relatively easy and fun to read. They provide a whole new collection of insighful original studies that illustrate the essentials of mixture design and analysis. Solid industrial examples are offered as problems at the end of many chapters for those who are serious about trying new tools on their own. Statistical software to do the computations can be freely accessed via a web site developed in support of this book."--Provided by publisher.

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