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26 differences - such as non-negativity for the Poisson, and continuity for the normal. 2. Issue-2: Observed Background Counts (ft ) Required to Serve as an Acceptable Estimate of/# B B This question arises in connection with the approximation in Eq. 33 V« . 33 Vw as one that "resembles" it equivalent in a sense to M A R L A P Eqs. 9, respectively. To control the error from substituting n for μ , in forming afixedestimate for the critical value, a relatively large number of background counts are recommended.
Note that, although the detection test is based strictly on the observed count pair (x, y), the detection limit necessarily depends on μ . 1. c c D χ Β Β Figure 4. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2006. 33 Comparative Detection Capabilities Some summary observations can be drawn from the two sets of y critical boundaries and two sets of y detection limit curves in Figure 4. For the paired case (Figure 4a), the minimum value for y (4 counts) occurs when χ = 0; thus, the smallest integer pair that would indicate "detection" would be (x, y) = (0,5).
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