coelute

coelute

[′kō·ə‚lüt]
(analytical chemistry)
In chromatography, two or more chemical compounds that do not separate.
References in periodicals archive ?
Extractables may appear as a distinct peak or may coelute with the analyte of interest, thereby complicating quantiation.
Combined with Deconvolution Reporting Software and databases, compounds can be detected even when they coelute.
These two compounds were not observed in SRM 3083 by GC-ECD and did not coelute with other PCB congeners present in SRM 3083 on a 5% phenyl methylpolysiloxane phase or a relatively non-polar phase (described above in Sec.
Solventless GC injections offer several advantages: methods are faster and less laborious, costs associated with purchasing solvents and disposing of used solvents is avoided, and peaks that may coelute in the solvent front can be quantitated with a solventless injection.
S-ISCO[TM] (Surfactant-Enhanced In-Situ Chemical Oxidation) is a below ground coelute oxidant-cosolvent/surfactant mixture designed to destroy subsurface Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids (NAPLs).
However, this method is invasive, time-consuming, and lacks specificity, because metabolites and drugs other than amino acids can react with ninhydrin and coelute during the measurement process.
We quantified the isomers BjF and BbF together because they coelute and exhibit similar mass spectra.
In addition to the location and spectral deconvolution of coeluting peaks, minor components that coelute with major peaks can be identified, and analytes that are too small to appear in the total ion chromatogram can be located.
Combined with Agilent's unique Deconvolution Reporting Software (DRS) and databases, compounds can be detected even when they coelute, and much of the tedium is removed from complex analyses.
This peak did not coelute with intact PTH (1-84), but did coelute with PTH fragment (7-84) (4).