chromatography column


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Noun1.chromatography column - a vertical glass tube used in column chromatography; a mixture is poured in the top and washed through a stationary substance where components of the mixture are adsorbed selectively to form colored bands
tube, tubing - conduit consisting of a long hollow object (usually cylindrical) used to hold and conduct objects or liquids or gases
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The present study picked up the previous experience of multiresidue analysis, optimized it based on convincing and promising statistical tests and indicators, and proposed an MAE-GPC-SPE (or adsorption chromatography column) and GC/MS protocol for determination of PAHs, OCPs, PBDEs, and PCBs in a daily consumed fish (grass carp).
Gu Tingyue in 1995 proposed a model based on mass balances, energy balances and dimensionless numbers as the Biot and Peclet, applied to a liquid chromatography column (Buitrago Salazar, Ramos Sandoval, & Amaya Hurtado, 2015; Tingyue, n.d.).
The EPA requires that any detected compound be analyzed again on a different chromatography column to "confirm" the identity of every detected component.
PVA-GA-Con A support was used as affinity chromatography column for fetuin and the purification efficiency obtained was 11%.
Therefore, we analyze the displacement of the most used pesticides in Rubus Glaucus crop, in order to obtain the behavior of the compounds through a liquid chromatography column. This seeks to observe the relationship of these pesticides and choose the appropriate column to achieve the objective.
Conducting any research in the lab will invariably necessitate the use of water in a number of different formats, from the buffer on your bench to the sample in your chromatography column. Because of this diversity of uses, it's important that your water is always fit for purpose and of the right quality.
There are many disposable chromatography column systems that meet regulatory cGMP requirements and standards.
In other attempts SK was fractionated by ammonium sulfate and further purified by gradient elution from a DEAE-cellulose chromatography column (17).
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To detect Schwartz's cholesterol by-product, for example, requires a gas chromatography column and a mass spectroscope.