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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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Crude mixture can be purified on silica gel column using EA/PE 1:2 as eluent, which yields about 30% of 4-(tert-butyloxycarbonyloxy)benzyl bromide.
When reconstituted, typically with eluent from the purification stage, the sugars must not inhibit the PCR reaction.
The eluent could be evaporated under reduced pressure in a rotary evaporator and then AYGG and ethanol solution or ethyl acetate could be recovered.
40 mL of the eluent were transferred to a suitable vessel containing a sample disk.
Reversed-phase HELC in eluents of the acetonitrile-formic acid-water system was used in the isocratic modein eluents from 6 to 10 vol.
The purpose of the CP analyte was to serve as an internal control for measuring FXN, and thus a common eluent volume was selected to best match the linear response of our anti-FXN antibody pair.
The methanol eluents were evaporated and the residues were dissolved in 500 [micro]L 90% methanol.
The volume of eluent buffer varied depending on the absorbency of the sponge.
1mm, column particle size= 7[micro]m, stable pH=0-14, Hamilton, USA) with 6mM NaOH eluent was used (flow rate= 1ml/min).
Thus, from fraction B compounds (1) and (2) were separated by using preparative polyamide TLC using (SI) system as eluent.
The stop-cock of the column was opened and the eluent was collected with a 10ml graduated cylinder.