The meaning of the linear response range of the detector is to be stated.
The response of a detector with respect to the concentration of the analyte is the response range of a detector. The response of a detector is called linear when the difference in response of two concentrations of a compound is proportional to the individual difference in the concentration of two different samples. If the sample size of concentrations increases, then the response of the detector becomes linear.
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