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Multi-objective optimization of microextraction procedures


Optimization of extraction process requiresfinding acceptable conditions for many analytes and goodperformance in terms of process time or solvent consumption. These optimization criteria are oftencontradictory to each other, the performance of the system in given conditions is good for some criteriabut poor for others. Therefore, such problems require special assessment tools that allow to combinethese contradictory criteria into single score tofind“the golden mean”. This contribution summarizes theexamples of approaches that are used for multi-objective optimization. Derringer's desirability functionsare used for large variety of microextraction techniques optimizations. Finding Pareto-optimal solutionsallows to easily separate conditions that are definitely not acceptable. Alternative solution is applicationof multi-criteria decision analysis for microextraction processes optimization.


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Bystrzanowska M., Tobiszewski M.: Multi-objective optimization of microextraction procedures// TRAC-TRENDS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY. -, iss. 116 (2019), s.266-273
Digital Object Identifier (open in new tab) 10.1016/j.trac.2018.12.031
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