chromatography

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  • This is the third and final album from the band, and their first full length studio release since their debut Chromatography.
  • This is the band's first live DVD and contains songs from their debut album Chromatography.
  • He continued to be involved in developments in gas-liquid chromatography in his later career.
  • He continued to be involved in developments in gas-liquid chromatography in his later career.
  • Most often the other technique is some form of chromatography.
  • For good chromatography, there must be no interaction with the column other than that produced by size.
  • This method has been largely replaced by thin layer chromatography, but is still a powerful teaching tool.
  • The latter technique may be employed through the use of reversed phase chromatography.
  • The latter technique may be employed through the use of reversed phase chromatography.
  • He would later go on to receive the Nobel Prize for his work in chromatography.
  • A large amount of side-product is formed and is removed, usually by recrystallization or chromatography.
  • The experimental design is not much different from other techniques of liquid chromatography.
  • These properties are what give it its use as a colouring agent for certain chromatography experiments.
  • Aris was then promoted to Technical Officer, where he began working on chromatography.
  • In recent years, high performance liquid chromatography online coupled to mass spectrometry became very popular.
  • The productivity of chromatography can be increased by running several columns at a time.
  • For the first time since its conception, liquid chromatography began to really gain traction.
  • Liquid chromatography methods using different techniques of mass spectrometry were also reported.
  • Paper chromatography is a useful technique because it is relatively quick and requires small quantities of material.
  • Undecane may also be used as an internal standard in gas chromatography when working with other hydrocarbons.
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Meaning of chromatography

  • noun A process used for separating mixtures by virtue of differences in absorbency