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eluant

[′el·yə·wənt]
(chemistry)
A liquid used to extract one material from another, as in chromatography.
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IEC, effect of eluant concentration, and analysis of elution behavior were also carried out to understand the IECs of the AECFs.
Eluants were passed into an electrospray interface of a PE Sciex API III triple-quadrupole mass spectrometer (PE Sciex, Foster City, CA).
2] resin strips were placed in each of the remaining 40 mL of solution and shaken for 2 h before being removed, rinsed, and placed in 10 mL of eluant solution as described above.
Thirty flies aspirated from each cage on days 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11 after emergence were eluted, and the eluants were processed by the cellulose acetate membrane (CAM)-filter dissolution method (6).
The high specificity of the biosensor enables direct analysis of human Fab/F(ab')2/IgG in crude lysates, column eluants, cell lysates and cell culture supernatants, providing a time-saving alternative to traditional analytical methods.
Eluants were concentrated (via nitrogen evaporation) and the Aroclors were further isolated from the oil matrix using a semi-preparative aminopropylsilane column using hexane as the mobile phase [36, 37].
The eluants were combined and concentrated with a rotary evaporator, and internal standard 2,2',3,4,4',5,6,6'-octachlorobiphenyl (PCB 204) was added.
Blank plasma samples were extracted as described above, and the derived methanolic eluants were supplemented with 90 [micro]g/L acenocoumarol, 1000 [micro]g/L phenprocoumon, 1500 [micro]g/L warfarin, or 100 [micro]g/L IS.