derivatize

derivatize

(dɪˈrɪvəˌtaɪz) or

derivatise

vb (tr)
to alter (a chemical compound) via a chemical reaction, so that it becomes a derivative
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To derivatize the sterols, the authors added 0.5 mL of BSTFA + 1 percent TMCS to the extract and maintained the extract at 70[degrees]C for one hour to form the trimethyl silylether (TMS) derivative, which was stored at 4[degrees]C until completion of analysis.
used 4-chloro-3,5-dinitrobenzotrifluoride (CNBF), which may react with primary or secondary amines in the sample, to derivatize glufosinate in maize samples for quantification by LC [17].
Methods using a variety of reagents, most often pentafluorobenzyl bromide (PFBBr), derivatize the DAPs.
Three organosilanes (phenyltrichlorosilane, 1-phenyl-4-trichlorosilylbucane, and 1-phenyl-11-trichlorosilylundecane) were used to derivatize fumed silica with different surface characteristics.
The original GC-MS procedure incorporates a 15-min incubation at 60 [degrees]C with N-methyl-N(tert-butyldimethylsilyl) trifluoracetamide to derivatize the analytes and internal standard.
We therefore concluded that unless cellular material is available in abundance, it is better to separate DNA and RNA first, then derivatize separately under different conditions.
Laboratories that do not derivatize their samples would likely need to adjust their cutoff values for C16 acylcarnitine following similar validation studies as described here.
Chemtura will have global rights to develop, derivatize, manufacture, use and sell products incorporating the Elevance Aria WTP technology in lubricant applications.
derivatize impurity components isolated from bulk heroin samples; the