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polar compound

[′pō·lər ′käm‚pau̇nd]
(chemistry)
Molecules which contain polar covalent bonds; they can ionize when dissolved or fused; polar compounds include inorganic acids, bases, and salts.
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is preferably a polynucleotide, and the polar compound is DPSO, which improves the ability of the
7] observed that the main characteristics of GOS are their high content of alkenes and heterocyclic polar compounds, and higher content of aromatics as compared with crude oil.
A polar compound with a slight hydrophobic nature will be less inclined to stay in this ionic matrix and more inclined to adsorb onto a nonpolar sorbent.
Methanol extracted almost all of the polar compounds and hexane non-polar ones, while rest of the other extracts yielded less compounds, especially those which are active against oxidants.
Evaluation of a Dual Electrospray Ionization/Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization Source at Low Flow Rates (~50 uL/min) for the Analysis of Both Highly and Weakly Polar Compounds.
During the SFE-SFC, methanol is added to the mobile phase in order to solubilize more of the polar compounds since the supercritical fluid CO2 is non-polar.
Hybrid column for liquid chromatography, for polar compounds through reverse separations, with c18-silica hybrid material.
The standard sensitivity mode works well for polar compounds such as ketones, alcohols, and esters, while the high-sensitivity mode works well for compounds such as halogenated alkanes and substituted aromatics, as well as mixtures with one or more compounds of low concentration.
The high selectivity of electrospray ionization (ESI) improves identification of trace polar compounds found in petroleum systems [12].
Content of total polar compounds in previously used cooking oils most marketed in Medellin (Colombia)
In polar compounds, electrons are not uniformly distributed across the compound's structure.