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Thanks, Ayelet. I think that is a problem. If I had 5 different grains and mixed only some, I’d need to create and check the mixture against 5 models to determine composition? If each grain had a unique spectral signature, I would expect a that single good model where each grain is well characterized should suffice to determine the composition of a mixture. Think of a simple mixture, say baking soda and wheat flour. Or ethanol and water. Each should be clearly distinguishable in a spectrum. The respective fraction of each component should be determinable from a single analysis by the relative peak (or peaks) areas.
I cannot believe I am the only person interested in such a capability, and I suspect the modeling is not too complicated. Can Consumer Physics consider working on this?