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chromatogram

[krō′mad·ə‚gram]
(analytical chemistry)
The pattern formed by zones of separated pigments and of colorless substance in chromatographic procedures.
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Utilizing the MSE technique, two distinct mass chromatograms were produced in the negative ion model from both the low and high CE data channels in a single LC injection.
On the gas chromatograms of oil shale samples from boreholes 37, 52 and 53, peaks with high concentrations particularly in the biomarker area are indicative of an immature character of organic matter [19].
2: Chromatogram area of samples hydrolyzed at 15 minutes retention time.
In chromatograms, more polar compounds are at the top; less polar compounds are at the bottom.
10) detected 11 different hemoglobinopathies by HPLC, including HbS trait and HbC trait; the hemoglobin variants were classified by their chromatogram retention time.
chromatograms, standard and sample weights, calculations, standards, reagents, and instrument information) for the Albuterol Sulfate (June 2001) and Lorazepam (June 2006) related substances, method validation were not available during the inspection.
1 in the online Data Supplement presents chromatograms obtained from samples in which we titrated a [T.
Three of the five impurities detected in the HPLC chromatograms, as shown in figure 8, were identified in the GC chromatograms.
Chromatograms obtained from the analysis of wild and farmed Cirrhina mrigala indicated presence of a large number of VOCs in even fresh flesh.
Identify in the forest of peaks displayed by the chromatograms of the extracts, the n peak originating from the acrylate under consideration.
Yang's supervision, employees falsified chromatograms showing peptide purity and misidentified products.
The text includes a glossary of TLC terms; chromatograms and other color illustrations; descriptions of recommended materials, methods, and operating procedures for the HPTHC screening and preparation of herbal raw materials; a project worksheet; and an example of the validation of an identification method using an authenticated sample.