derivatization

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derivatization

(dɪˌrɪvətaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

derivatisation

n
the process of making a chemical compound into a derivative
Translations
Derivatisierung
derivatizzazione
유도체화
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The MDA contents in the SAT samples were determined after saponification followed by derivatisation according to methods described by Czauderna et al.
An attempt was made to detect small peptides and amino acids in a similar gel that was modified to 15% acrylamide to favour separation of smaller peptides, by derivatisation of carboxylic acid moieties with the fluorescent dye PDAM (1-pyrenyldiazomethane).
20 Pre-column derivatisation of free L-carnitine was done by p-bromophenacyl bromide to form its ultraviolet absorbing ester.
The derivatisation of plates was performed through dipping (Speed: 3, dme:0) with 10% sulphuric acid in methanol reagent using CAMAG Chromatogram Immersion Device and heated to 100[degrees]C for 5 min on the TLC plate heater.
Gas chromatography involves saponification and derivatisation of the fatty acids in the thermally induced trilinolein samples and separation of the methyl esters using a high resolution capillary column that is suitable for the separation of cis and trans isomers.
Sephton, "Analysis of conjugated steroid androgens: deconjugation, derivatisation and associated issues," Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, vol.
Contract Awarded for Purchase of a Post-column Derivatisation Apparatus
Concentrations of amino acids were determined using pre-column derivatisation amino acid analysis with 6-aminoquinolyl-N-hydroxysuccinimidyl carbamate followed by separation of the derivatives and quantification by reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography according to Cohen and Michaud (1993) and Cohen (2001).
56, Method 1--Post-Column Ninhydrin Derivatisation, which was rolled out in January 2014.
Compton, Homogeneous chemical derivatisation of carbon particles: a novel method for funtionalising carbon surfaces, Analyst, 127, 1568 (2002).
Derivatisation for the characterisation of neutral oxosteroids by electrospray and matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionisation tandem mass spectrometry: the Girard P derivative.