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eluate

[′el·yə‚wāt]
(chemistry)
The solution that results from the elution process.
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Concentration of lead (Pb) in different fractions untreated bottom ash eluate
While an in-depth discussion of drug-associated AIHA is beyond the scope of this article, elution studies in this setting can be of great help in examining for drug-associated hemolysis because a DAT finding that is positive for the presence of IgG with a negative eluate can be due to drugs.
The temperature of the sample decreased from 70[degrees]C to 30[degrees]C during the first five minutes as the first eluate was collected.
In order to examine the response of AMF to the 25 % MeOH eluates of the ARE spores of G.
ions ([micro]g/g) in the 8 and 24 hours eluates Material N Min Max Mean SD Fuji Triage_8h 9 0.
The objective of this work was to carry out leaching tests and determine the composition of semicoke eluates in accordance with the requirements of the legislation.
One of the water-borne pheromonal attractants has been isolated from eluates of the egg cordon and characterized.
The pass-through and column wash with 10% methanol were separately collected, as were the sequential eluates with 10 mL volumes of 20%, 40%, 60%, 80%, and 100% methanol.
Electrophoresis and autoradiogrphy of the eluates showed a 2-3 kDa fragment containing radiolabel.
Hewlett-Packard and Gilson) now offer automated liquid handling instruments that can inject eluates directly into a LC from an 8 x 12 microplate.
1], were applied to the column, and spin eluates serially collected.