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This encyclopaedic catalogue of the pitfalls and difficulties that every one analysts stumble upon of their paintings is destined to spend extra time at the analyst's workbench than on a library shelf. the writer has devoted the publication to ``the innumerable scientists who made error, used impure chemical compounds and solvents, suffered the results of unanticipated side-reactions, and have been another way uncovered to mayhem but have been too embarrassed to put up their findings''. ordinarily, the mass spectroscopist or gasoline chromatographer learnt his alternate through partaking in a 4-6 yr apprenticeship as graduate pupil and post-doctoral researcher. in general, no formal education was once supplied at the issues that get it wrong, yet this data was once gathered via sharing within the stories of work-mates. these days, many beginner scientists easily buy a automatic software, plug it in, and use it. a lot time will be wasted in learning and resolving difficulties as a result of artifacts and there's additionally a robust threat that artifacts are not well-known as such
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