1.33 | multiplicative matrix effect | ||

Matrix effect that is proportional to the measured quantity value of the measurand. | |||

Note 1: | A multiplicative matrix effect can be compensated for by following a measurement procedure with standard addition. | ||

Note 2: | A multiplicative matrix effect affects the slope, not the intercept, of a linear calibration curve. | ||

Note 3: | The effect is sometimes termed “rotational matrix effect” or “proportional interference”.^{9 } | ||

Note 4: | A multiplicative matrix effect may originate from non-analyte components of the measurement standard if these contribute to the signal attributed to the analyte. |

1.33 | multiplicative matrix effect | ||

Matrix effect that is proportional to the measured quantity value of the measurand. | |||

Note 1: | A multiplicative matrix effect can be compensated for by following a measurement procedure with standard addition. | ||

Note 2: | A multiplicative matrix effect affects the slope, not the intercept, of a linear calibration curve. | ||

Note 3: | The effect is sometimes termed “rotational matrix effect” or “proportional interference”.^{9 } | ||

Note 4: | A multiplicative matrix effect may originate from non-analyte components of the measurement standard if these contribute to the signal attributed to the analyte. |

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