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separate

designating or relating to a Church or similar institution that has ceased to have associations with an original parent organization

separate

[′sep·rət]
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The sample was then filtered through eight layers of gauze cloth and shaken in a separatory funnel with two-fold volumes of chloroform.
The hexane in the Method 105 vials was separated from the aqueous phase using a separatory funnel.
The resulting emulsion was poured into a separatory funnel and extracted with ether (Fisher Scientific, ACS certified).
Samples were placed in a 500-mL separatory funnel, the sample volume was made up to a total volume of 100 mL with double milli-q water, spiked with the methods surrogate internal standard (polyoxyethylene-6-myristyl ether), and a few drops were added to the sample to adjust the pH to 2 and then extracted three times with 100-mL aliquots of DCM (dichloromethane).
6 kg) was extracted with 90% EtOH at room temperature to obtain 940 g of crude extract, which was treated successively with petroleum ether, EtOAc, and n-butanol in a separatory funnel.
The reaction mixture in a separatory funnel was separated into water and a cloudy organic layer after standing for 30 min.
The water sample was transferred from the sample bottle to a 1000 mL separatory funnel.
The upper clear green ether phase was carefully decanted into a separatory funnel and transferred to a pre-weighed round-bottom flask.
04 g/ml) of both plant essential oils were transferred to a 125 ml separatory funnel and dissolved in 50 ml of hexane.
The remaining water solution was combined with methylene chloride solution from the second scrubber, and was extracted in a separatory funnel.
Emulsions were broken at the interface of dust extracts using either NaCl, a few drops of Antifoam A (Aldrich, Milwaukee, WI), and/or by chilling the separatory funnel for a few minutes.
The dried product was dissolved in 400 mL methylene chloride and transferred to a separatory funnel.