Using FTIR spectroscopy and chemometrics for classifying of algerian medicinal plant species

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Keywords: Algerian plants, Classification, FTIR, Chemometrics analysis, PCA, HCA


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Algerian plants, Classification,  FTIR,  Chemometrics analysis, PCA,  HCA


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Acknowledgements


We gratefully acknowledge the many collaborators who have provided samples and/or measurements described in this work. We specifically recognize Djamila Berra and Ali Tliba.


Author Information


Zeghoud Soumeia
Laboratory Valorization and Technology of Saharan Resources (VTRS), University of El Oued, El Oued, Algeria

Rebiai Abdelkrim
Laboratory Valorization and Technology of Saharan Resources (VTRS), University of El Oued, El Oued, Algeria

rebiai-abdelkrim@univ-eloued.d
Ben Seghir Bachir
Laboratory of Industrial Analysis and Materials Engineering (LAIGM), Guelma, Algeria