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accuracy of groundwater simulation depends on the quality and quantity of input data [ 5 ], it was necessary to obtain different input data to develop the conceptual model. Analysis of the current situation, calibration of the model and prediction of the
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means of partial least square (PLS) regression ( Kvalheim, 2009 ). The PLS models are quantified by root mean standard error of calibration (RMSEC), root mean standard error of prediction (RMSEP) and coefficient of determination ( R 2 ) between the
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) , whereby: A – measured absorbance; DF – dilution factor; S – amount of sample; ɑ – slope of calibration curve; GAE – gallic acid was used as a standard for calibration ( Bueno et al., 2012 ). Antioxidant capacity was determined by Ferric reducing
instruments were used during the measurement due to synchronous measurement. 1 h method was applied. The number of occurrences of transient was evaluated during an hour [ 6–9 ].
Table 2 shows the TRAREC® calibration data of measuring instrument.
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2011 . Calibration of methods for soil and diagnostic plant analysis in the Hungarian National Fertilization Long-term Trials. I. Comparison of