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eluent

 [e-lu´ent]
the solution used in elution.

el·u·ent

(el'yū-ent), Do not confuse this word with eluant.
The mobile phase in chromatography.
See also: elution.
Synonym(s): developer (1) , elutant

eluent

[el′yo̅o̅·ənt]
a solvent or solution used in an elution process, such as column chromatography.

el·u·ent

(el'yū-ĕnt)
The mobile phase in chromatography.
See also: elution
Synonym(s): developer (2) .

el·u·ent

(el'yū-ĕnt)
The mobile phase in chromatography.
Synonym(s): developer (1) .

eluent

the solution used in elution.
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Post-column analysis takes place after a sample has been separated using HPLC, and involves the mixing of post-separation eluent with reagents that make the compounds of interest take on a bright color or fluoresce, either of which can be detected with UVVis fluorescence or absorbance instrumentation.
The benzene eluent from the column fractionation (the fraction containing aromatics) was examined by establishing the retention index from the literature and standards injection.