chromatogram


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

chromatogram

 [kro-mat´o-gram]
the record produced by chromatography.

chro·mat·o·gram

(krō-mat'ō-gram),
The graphic record produced by chromatography.

chromatogram

/chro·mato·gram/ (kro-mat´o-gram) the record produced by chromatography.

chromatogram

[krōmat′əgram′]
1 the record produced by the separation of gaseous substances or dissolved chemical substances moving through a column of absorbent material that filters out the various absorbates in different layers.
2 any graphic record produced by any chromatographic method.

chro·mat·o·gram

(krō-mat'ō-gram)
A graphic record produced by chromatography.

chromatogram

the record produced by chromatography.
References in periodicals archive ?
On the gas chromatograms of oil shale samples, n-alkanes are more abundant than isoprenoids (Fig.
SDS-PAGE analysis in Figure 2 revealed the composition of the bound proteins which were represented in the shaded peak in the FPLC chromatogram (Figure 1).
See those peaks of trisnorneohopanes in the chromatogram (Page 19, above right) of Macondo well oil?
10) detected 11 different hemoglobinopathies by HPLC, including HbS trait and HbC trait; the hemoglobin variants were classified by their chromatogram retention time.
In HPLC, the drugs were well separated and gave discrete peaks as shown in the representative chromatograms of NVP (Fig.
Comparison of the sequence chromatograms between original samples and virus isolates showed a similar profile, suggesting that the Q136K mutants were present in primary samples of subtype H3N2 isolates.
An example of a chromatogram for an aqueous solution exposed to a halide butyl elastomeric stopper is shown in figure 8, where both UV and MS detectable impurities were observed.
Results: Figure 3 shows the chromatogram of a fruit yoghurt dialysate with the following peaks: the polyol inositol; the sugar alcohol sorbitol; and the mono- and disaccharides glucose, galactose, fructose, lactose and sucrose.
Figure 3A represents the total ion chromatogram obtained by GC-MS analysis showing two major peaks that eluted from the column.
The exclusion chromatogram of the raw filtered groundwater is presented in Fig.