paper chromatography

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paper chromatography

[′pā·pər ‚krō·mə′täg·rə·fē]
(analytical chemistry)
Procedure for analysis of complex chemical mixtures by the progressive absorption of the components of the unknown sample (in a solvent) on a special grade of paper.
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Figures 4 and 5 show [THETA]([LAMBDA]) and [THETA]([[LAMBDA].sup.*]) profiles for the chromatography paper at 278 K and 304 K.
(2) These [THETA]([LAMBDA]) profiles were consolidated for the soil and for the chromatography paper when graphed as [THETA]([[LAMBDA].sup.*]), where [[LAMBDA].sup.*] scales A according to [[LAMBDA].sup.*] = A x [([([mu]/[sigma]).sub.T]/[([mu]/[sigma]).sub.293]).sup.1/2].
The devices were printed onto sheets of chromatography paper (No.
Quantification of [Hb] was accomplished by scanning the sheets of chromatography paper containing arrays of [micro]PADs on a portable flatbed scanner (CanoScan LiDE110, Canon USA) and then analyzing the images automatically with a custom-coded algorithm (MATLAB, The Math Works).
The device is produced by printing microchips of patterned paper (17 [mm.sup.2]) onto sheets of chromatography paper with a Xerox color printer.