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an·a·lyte

 (ăn′ə-līt′)
n. Chemistry
A substance or sample being analyzed, usually by means of a laboratory procedure or test.

[From analysis, probably on the model of such pairs as electrolysis, electrolyte.]

analyte

(ˈænəˌlaɪt)
n
a substance or sample being analysed
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For buffer solutions having temperature-dependent ionic strength, the applied temperature gradient results in a corresponding gradient in the electrophoretic velocity of a charged analyte in the channel.
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The use of various types of blanks enables the analyst to ensure that calculations made for the analyte can be suitably corrected to remove any contributions to the response which are not attributable to the analyte.
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