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Visualizing the Microscopic Structure of Bilinear Data: Two components chemical systems

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A matrix can be decomposed into the product of two significantly smaller matrices. Factorization: In many chemical studies, the measured or calculated properties of the system can be considered to be the linear sum of the term representing the fundamental effects in that system times appropriate weighing factors. D = X Y + R DX Y = + R

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A simple one component system

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Observing the rows of data in wavelength space

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Observing the columns of data in time space

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D = USV = u 1 s 11 v 1 + … + u r s rr v r Singular Value Decomposition =D U SV d 1,: d 2,: d p,: … = u 11 u 21 u p1 … s 11 v1v1 d 1,: = u 11 s 11 v 1 d 2,: = u 21 s 11 v 1 …… d p,: = u p1 s 11 v 1 For r=1 Row vectors: D = u 1 s 11 v 1

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D = USV = u 1 s 11 v 1 + … + u r s rr v r Singular Value Decomposition [ d :,1 d :,2 … d :,q ] = u 1 s 11 [v 11 v 12 … v 1q ] d :,1 = u 1 s 11 v 11 …… d :,2 = u 1 s 11 v 12 d :,q = u 1 s 11 v 1q Column vectors: =D U SV For r=1 D = u 1 s 11 v 1

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Rows of measured data matrix in row space: v1v1 u 11 s 11 v 1 u p1 s 11 v 1 u 11 s 11 u 21 s 11 … u p1 s 11 p points (rows of data matrix) in rows space have the following coordinates:

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Columns of measured data matrix in column space: v 11 s 11 v 12 s 11 … v 1q s 11 q points (columns of data matrix) in columnss space have the following coordinates: u1u1 v 11 s 11 u 1 v 1q s 11 u 1

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Visualizing the rows and columns of data matrix

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Solutions Pure spectrum v 1j s 11 Pure conc. profile u i1 s 11

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Two component systems

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Visualizing data in three selected wavelengths

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Visualizing data in three selected Times

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Measured Data Matrix

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D = USV = u 1 s 11 v 1 + … + u r s rr v r Singular Value Decomposition Row vectors: d 1,: d 2,: d p,: … = u 11 u 21 u p1 … s 11 v1v1 u 12 u 22 u p2 … s 22 v2v2 + d 1,: = u 11 s 11 v 1 + u 12 s 22 v 2 d 2,: = …… d p,: = u 21 s 11 v 1 + u 22 s 22 v 2 u p1 s 11 v 1 + u p2 s 22 v 2 … For r=2 D = u 1 s 11 v 1 + u 2 s 22 v 2

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D = USV = u 1 s 11 v 1 + … + u r s rr v r Singular Value Decomposition [ d :,1 d :,2 … d :,q ] = u 1 s 11 [v 11 v 12 … v 1q ] + u 2 s 22 [v 21 v 22 … v 2q ] d :,1 = s 11 v 11 u 1 + s 22 v 21 u 2 …… d :,2 = d :,q = s 11 v 12 u 1 + s 22 v 22 u 2 s 11 v 1q u 1 + s 22 v 2q u 2 For r=2 D = u 1 s 11 v 1 + u 2 s 22 v 2 Column vectors:

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Rows of measured data matrix in row space: u 11 s 11 d 1,: v1v1 v2v2 u 12 s 22 d 2,: d p,: u 21 s 11 u 22 s 22 u p2 s 22 u p1 s 11 … u 11 s 11 u 12 s 22 … u 21 s 11 u 22 s 22 u p1 s 11 u p2 s 22 … Coordinates of rows

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Columns of measured data matrix in column space: u1u1 u2u2 d :, 2 d :, 1 d :, q … v 2q s 22 v 1q s 11 v 12 s 11 v 22 s 22 v 21 s 22 v 11 s 11 v 11 s 11 v 12 s v 1q s 11 Coordinates of columns v 21 s 11 v 22 s v 2q s 11

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Two component chromatographic system

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Two component Kinetic system

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Two component multivariate calibration

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Position of a known profile in corresponding space: dxdx T v1 T v2 v1v1 v2v2 T v1 is the length of projection of d x on v 1 vector T v1 = d x. v 1 T v2 is the length of projection of d x on v 1 vector T v2 = d x. v 2 T v1 T v2 Coordinates of d x point:

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Position of real profiles in V and U spaces

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Duality in Measured Data Matrix

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p n xiTxiT xjxj x ij PpPp SnSn vnvn v1v1 vivi PnPn SpSp upup u1u1 ujuj xixi xjxj Geometrical interpretation of an n x p matrix X

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R= C S T = U D V T = X V T R T = S C T = VD U T = Y U T X = U D = RV = U Y T V Y= V D = R T U = V X T U X YTYT U V Duality based relation between column and row spaces =

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Non-negativity constraint and the system of inequalities: U z ≥ 0 V z ≥ 0 X = U DU= X D -1 Y = V DV= Y D -1 U z = X D -1 z ≥ 0 Hyperplanes V z = Y D -1 z ≥ 0 Hyperplanes U-space Y Points V-space X Points

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Duality based relation between column and row spaces x i = [x i,1 x i,2 ] U i,1 z i,1 + U i,2 z i,2 … U i,N z i,N ≥ 0 The coordinates of each point in one space defines the coefficient of related hyper plane in dual space Point x in V-spaceHyper plane (D -1 x) z in U-space For two-component systems: The ith point in V-space: x i x i D -1 = [U i,1 U i,2 … U i,N ] The ith hyperplane in U-space: A point in V-space: U i,1 z 1 + U i,2 z 2 ≥ 0 A half-plane in V-space:

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Half-plane calculation in two-component systems: General half-plane General border line can be defined for all points that the ith element of the profile is equal to zero z1z1 z2z2 0 ith half-plane ith border line General border line U i,1 z 1 + U i,2 z 2 ≥ 0 z 2 ≥ (-U i,2 /U i,1 )z 1 z 2 = (-U i,2 /U i,1 )z 1

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Chromatographic data

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Kinetics data

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Calibration data

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Intensity ambiguity in V space v1v1 v2v2 a k1ak1a k2ak2a T 11 T 12 k 1 T 11 k 1 T 12 k 2 T 11 k 2 T 12

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Normalization to unit length v1v1 v2v2 a k1ak1a k2ak2a T 11 T 12 k 1 T 11 k 1 T 12 k 2 T 11 k 2 T 12 anan a n = (1/||a||) a

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Normalization to first eigenvector v1v1 v2v2 a k1ak1a k2ak2a T 11 T 12 k 1 T 11 k 1 T 12 k 2 T 11 k 2 T 12 1 a n = (1/(v.a))a anan

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v1v1 v2v ’2’3’ 4’ 5’ Normalization to unit length

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v1v1 v2v a = T 1 v 1 + T 2 v 2 a’ = v 1 + T v 2 1’2’3’ 4’ 5’ Normalization to first eigenvector

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Chromatographic data- Normalized to unit length

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Chromatographic data- Normalized to 1th eigenvector

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Kinetics data- Normalized to unit length

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Kinetics data- Normalized to 1th eigenvector

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Multivariate calibration data- Normalized to unit length

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Multivariate calibration data- Normalized to 1th eigenvector

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The normalized abstract space of two component systems is one dimensional Data points region One dimensional normalized space There are 4 critical points in normalized abstract space of two-component systems: 1212 First inner point Second inner point First outer point Second outer point The 4 critical points can be calculated very easily and so the complete resolving of two component systems is very simple First feasible region Second feasible region Lawton-Sylvester Plot

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Microscopic Observation of Two Component systems using Lawton- Sylvester Plot

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First feasible solutions Second feasible solutions General Microscopic Structures of Two-Component Systems Second feasible solutions Case I) Case II) Case III)

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Lawton-Sylvester Plot- Multivariate calibration

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Feasible Bands- Multivariate calibration

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Feasible Bands- Chromatographic Data

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Feasible Bands- Kinetics Data

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Kinetics Data (I)

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LS plot as a microscope for kinetics data (I)

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Feasible bands for kinetics data (I)

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Kinetics Data (II)

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LS plot as a microscope for kinetics data (II)

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Feasible bands for kinetics data (II)

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