retention time


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retention time

[ri′ten·chən ‚tīm]
(analytical chemistry)
In gas chromatography, the time at which the center, or maximum, of a symmetrical peak occurs on a gas chromatogram.
(electronics)
The maximum time between writing into a storage tube and obtaining an acceptable output by reading. Also known as storage time.
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It was observed that at a relatively longer digestion retention time (353 s), the MOR of WSB-based MDF tended to decrease from 21.
Retention time and percentage of variant haemoglobin can provide important clues in differentiating variant haemoglobins eluting in the same window.
In summary, the relationship between the retention time value for a given compound and its Log D property provides a means for measuring both the analytical range and the resolution capability of a given chromatographic method, in which analyte separation is primarily dependent upon the hydrophilic/hydrophobic interaction between the mobile and stationary phases of the HPLC column.
HPLC assay development of mPEG-propionaldehyde -conjugated D-AAO After close inspection of chromatogram of conjugated D-AAO reveals that the retention time of D-Amino acid oxidase was changed as the peaks shift from 2.
While there is no consensus on design, it is clear that retention time and wetland location are critical elements of wetlands designed to effectively treat agricultural drainage water.
Because of the large difference in the retention time of the veratryl alcohol and the thiamine with respect to PVOH, their UV absorption similarities with this polymer do not present interference in the analysis of it.
Because retention time in the gut increases with body [mass.
The firm required an efficient in-line freezing system capable of achieving the long retention time needed to harden large containers of ice cream.
When the tonnage decreases, the system detects this and increases the angle of inclination--also increasing the material retention time in the unit--until the sensor detects the proper tonnage.
Figure 1 shows furfural concentration process and the obtained concentration with retention time of 24 hours in 5 months using the pilot.
Duke's exclusive dense foam also packs more active chemicals in the spaces between the bubbles and has a longer retention time.