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el·u·ent

also el·u·ant  (ĕl′yo͞o-ənt)
n.
A substance used as a solvent in separating materials in elution.

[Latin ēluēns, ēluent-, present participle of ēluere, to wash out; see elute.]

eluent

(ˈɛljuːənt) or

eluant

n
(Chemistry) a solvent used for eluting
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The retention behavior of ranitidine hydrochloride was examined with eluent at various ACN contain, buffer concentrations and pH.
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Developing suitable chromatographic conditions can take weeks or even months, especially if extensive column and eluent optimization are required.
Where qde is the quantity desorbed by each of the eluent and qad is the quantity adsorbed by the adsorbent during loading.
A Thermo ICS 3000 IC using an anion column AS22 with a modified eluent isocratic bicarbonate/bicarb structure for optimal separation of ionic and organic residues and a CS12A column with a sulfuric acid eluent structure provided more accurate results from the C3 extractions.
The eluent typically flows to a PCR amplification zone after purification.
The optimum experimental parameters such as sample solution pH, eluent type and volume, flow rate of sample solution for the quantitative recovery of the analytes were examined and optimized.
Antocyanins were sorbed from the concentrate onto the cartridge sorbent, the cartridge was washed with 1ml of HC1, and anthocyanins were re-extracted by the eluent containing 30 vol.
In this study, DMA was cured into a silicone matrix at 5%, 10% and 15% concentrations (m/m) along with varying concentrations of excipient A (0-20%) or excipient B (0-12%), The silicone sample was placed in a simulated physiological environment and HPLC analysis was conducted daily on the eluent, allowing quantification of drug release into the physiological solution on a daily basis over 14 days.