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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.
The eluant was optimized to retain the 25-hydroxy metabolites of vitD on the column while eluting ions suppressing moieties, with an isocratic solvent of 70:30 methanol-aqueous formic acid (by volume) for 3 min.
Eluants were passed into an electrospray interface of a PE Sciex API III triple-quadrupole mass spectrometer (PE Sciex, Foster City, CA).
The eluants (fraction C) were placed on a shaker for 16 h, then the resin strips were removed.
Although the alginate and eluants used in the dissolving medium may inhibit growth of some organisms, these swabs have been shown to have a higher recovery rate than regular cottontipped swabs.
Several suitable eluants have been proposed for the efficient recovery of gold and other metal cyanide complexes from anion exchange units, including ammonium thiocyanate, thiourea and zinc cyanide.
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).
In a cryogenic system, however, the eluants are frozen on a moving IR-transparent window, the speed of which is adjusted to match the linear flow rate of the carrier gas.
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.