analytical extraction

analytical extraction

[‚an·əl′id·ə·kəl ik′strak·shən]
(analytical chemistry)
Precise transfer of one or more components of a mixture (liquid to liquid, gas to liquid, solid to liquid) by contacting the mixture with a solvent in which the component of interest is preferentially soluble.
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It caused the necessity of developing and improving analytical extraction techniques, allowing for reliable detection of 4-MeI level in food and food additives matrices [6].
At present, IPA water demonstrates very limited cleaning performance, which in turn confirms that any analytical extraction method using this solvent mix cannot and will not provide an absolute cleanliness assessment, just a relative one.
Further, Milton and co-authors and Thorne and co-authors have suggested that endotoxin binds with varying degrees to different filter materials, enhancing the variability in endotoxin recovery during analytical extraction (Milton, Gere, Feldman, & Greaves, 1990; Thorne et al., 1997).
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