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analyte

[′an·ə‚līt]
(analytical chemistry)
The sample being analyzed.
The science of chemical characterization and measurement; qualitative analysis is concerned with the description of chemical composition in terms of elements, compounds, or structural units, whereas quantitative analysis is concerned with the measurement of amount.
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Fortunately, advances in MS and cloud-based libraries are helping labs expand their capabilities and screen for unknown analytes more efficiently.
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