mother liquor


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moth·er li·quor

the saturated solution remaining after a crystallization or precipitation.
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The crystal were filtered, the mother liquor was concentrated (45 ml) and left overnight to separate crystals.
The crystals separated and the mother liquor of the above reaction was diluted with the dry ether (50 ml) and it was saturated with dryl HCl gas.
The crystal were filtered, the mother liquor was concentrated (55 ml) and left overnight to separate crystals.
The crystals separated and the mother liquor was diluted with dry ether (50 ml and it was saturated with dry HCl gas.
Extraction of the pulverized plant material with petroleum ether gave a solid (PS) and a mother liquor (PM).
Fractionation of the mother liquor of the petroleum ether extract(PM) followed by repeated crystallization from methanol yielded 26 mg white flaky crystals (3) mp 140-141[degrees]C (lit.
Column chromatography of the mother liquor of the acetone extract (MAD) eluted with petroleum ether-ethyl acetate of varying composition gave six fractions -A, B, C, D, E and F.
Table 1 shows the zeta potential of CHAP particles in hydrogel form, measured after 24 hours of aging in the mother liquor.