eluant


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el·u·ant

(el'yū-ant), Do not confuse this word with eluent.
A material that has undergone elution.

el·u·ant

(el'yū-ănt)
The material that has been eluted.

el·u·ant

(el'yū-ănt)
A material that has undergone elution.
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The column elution experiments indicated that the concentration of the eluants depends on the rate of elution.
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.
5 mL of the eluant was transferred to screw-capped cryovials (Sarstedt AG & Co.
GPC of the polymer and copolymers was carried out on an evaporative mass detector instrument (PL-EMD 950) by using dimethylformamide (DMF) as eluant after calibration with standard polystyrene samples.
IDUA-P and IDUA-IS are then eluted with a single wash step with 500 mL/L methanol in water as the eluant.
The eluant consisted of 5% methanol in nanopure water, filtered through a Duropore filter and degassed the day of use.
Compound 3b were prepared as described for 3a with one exception: The eluant for the chromatography step was petroleum, followed by petroleum ether/ethyl acetate (10:1): 64% yield.
2]O, 10%, 50% and 95% ethanol as eluant respectively.