Peak Separation for blood serum in medical tests.
What you get

What you get

Total curve is presented as the sum of individual peaks. Each peak is analyzed individually and the following information is reported:

Peak parameters

  • Shape type
  • Position of peak
  • Amplitude
  • Half width
  • Asymmetry
  • Part of Frazer shape in total shape

Analysis for each peak

  • Onset: X and Y
  • Left Inflection: X and Y
  • Peak : X and Y
  • Right Inflection : X and Y
  • Endset: X and Y
  • Contribution to the total area in Percent
What you need

What you need

Calculation Methods

Calculation Methods

The universal peak shape is used, which is the weighted mixture of Fraser-Suzuki and asymmetric Cauchy. The following peak types are the partial cases of the universal peak shape: Gaussian, Cauchy, Pseudo- Voigt (additive mixture of Gaussian and Cauchy), Fraser-Suzuki (asymmetric Gaussian), Laplace, asymmetric Laplace and asymmetric Cauchy.

Application Fields

Application Fields

  • Thermal analysis (Differential Scanning Calorimetry and Thermogravimetric Analysis)
  • UV/VIS spectroscopy
  • NIR and IR spectroscopy
  • NMR spectroscopy
  • X-ray small-angle scattering of polymers (for profile analysis with a Pseudo-Voigt profile, the Gauss component indicates the degree of crystallinity)