chapter, the principle of the time-resolved measurements introduced in chapter
5 and the different new data analysis methods introduced in chapter
7 and chapter 8 are applied to several data sets. Thereby
the methods are compared with the commonly used methods of data analysis and
with static measurements to demonstrate the superiority of the new approaches.
Different data sets of mixtures of the homologous series of the low alcohols
were recorded by different setups. The application of the new approaches to
these data sets demonstrates that the methods proposed in this study can be
easily transferred to different setups and to different analytical task, such
as a varying number of analytes in mixtures and varying types of analytes. In
the last part of this chapter, the principle of the time-resolved measurements
is applied to the data set introduced in chapter3 also
resulting in an improved calibration.