supernatant liquid

supernatant liquid

In a paint can, the liquid layer which rests upon a layer of heavier pigments and other matter in the bottom of the can.
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After 20 minutes contact time the supernatant liquid from each conical flask was collected through syringes in the time interval of 10 minutes.
The extract was separated by centrifuging at 3000 rpm, and the supernatant liquid was filtered through Whatmann 42 filter paper, and stored in polyethylene bottles at 4 5C until analysis [34].
The supernatant liquid without undissolved TPA of the saturated solution in total solubility determination procedure is used to determine the physical solubility of TPA by HPLC.
After decanting the supernatant liquid, a drop of the specimen was applied onto a glass slide, was stained with Lugol's solution and examined microscopically.
A precipitate of contaminating proteins is formed during the heat shock and the purified albumin is recovered in the supernatant liquid.
In the LIMA procedure for ATP, 25 [micro]L of ligase magnetic beads, prepared as described above, were captured magnetically, and the supernatant liquid was removed.
The best way is to dilute with supernatant liquid removed from the sample after centrifuging.
The homogenate was centrifuged at 3000 rpm for 10 min and the resultant cloudy supernatant liquid was used for estimation of brain acetylcholinesterase activity.
When the supernatant liquid for the adsorption of Cu was removed for the concentration analyses, the residue soil (i.
Inglethorp thought she was dosing herself with medicine, she was only pouring off the supernatant liquid.
The group used a centrifuge to separate the distillation remains of three kinds of shochu into solid bits and supernatant liquid, which they sterilized.
One measure of each brand's compatibility was the color of the DNA-containing supernatant liquid, resulting from the precipitation and pelleting of proteins and other contaminants.