target compound

target compound

[′tär·gət ‚käm‚pau̇nd]
(organic chemistry)
In chemical synthesis, the molecule of interest.
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With mass spectrometry peak tracking, chemists can quickly identify the optimal separation method because target compound peaks in chromatograms are color-coded in the data reports.
A lot of known sensors work in reverse," Mircea Dinca, assistant professor of chemistry, said, meaning they "turn off" in the presence of the target compound.
From beginning to end, the Xevo TQD simplifies the process of target compound quantification across the widest range of applications.
As far as the target compound is concerned, ISI had been sharing information with CIA and other friendly intelligence agencies since 2009, the spokesperson said.
High performance detection of biological materials, which typically involves an enzyme catalyzed conversion of the target compound to a detectable product, requires the preservation of the biological activity of the target compound.
The elevated injection flow rate provided by the FOCUS GC reduces target compound interaction with the injection port liner, thus minimizing the breakdown of targeted fragile pesticides and increasing result accuracy.
The objective of this game is to assemble a functional degradation pathway of a target compound to tricarboxylic acid (TCA) cycle intermediates.
The detector measures the absorption over a range of wavelengths, and each target compound is identified and quantified by comparing, via a classical least squares fitting routine, the measured intensity spectra to the compound's known library spectra.
Working backwards from a blueprint of the entire target compound, the researchers determine a sequence of fragmentations, which leads them to known ingredients that they then can assemble into the target structure.
Its Presentation target compound offers the same features as its Presentation Hunting compound and is indeed a true masterpiece as is its World Target model.
Pathway Tools software will draw on data in SRI's databases to generate alternative pathways to create a target compound from specified feedstocks.
However, the polymer binder may be optimally adapted to the elastomer type of the target compound - the preparation becomes a full formulation component of the compound.