chromatogram


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chromatogram

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

chro·mat·o·gram

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

chro·mat·o·gram

(krō-mat'ō-gram)
A graphic record produced by chromatography.
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The HPLC chromatogram of compounds that were identified in stem of Citrus sinensis have been shown in Fig.
The GC-FID and GC-SCD chromatograms of distillates of KH are shown in Figures 2-7 together with chromatograms of the corresponding hydrotreated oils.
Chromatogram obtained after the injection of 1.0 [micro]L of standard stock solution containing the palmitate esters of methyl (1), methyl stearate (2), methyl oleate (3), methyl linoleate (4) and methyl linolenate (5).
Caption: Figure 5: XIC for [C.sub.2] naphthalene in low resolution (m/z 156, dark chromatogram) and high resolution (m/z 156.0559, red chromatogram).
Caption: Figure 1: (a) Questioned Enbrel chromatogram included in Figure 3 panel b of Miranda-Hernandez et al.
Chromatogram (a) gave only one peak, but (b) gave two peaks, in which the longer retention time peak was caused by the lower molecular weight products.
Caption: FIGURE 1: HPLC chromatogram of aflatoxin Standards.
As it can be observed from the figures, the first PC is mainly related to the behavior of the peaks eluting in the second part of the chromatogram (long retention times), almost all characterized by large positive loadings; an opposite behavior is observed for [PC.sub.2], which shows large negative loadings of the peaks belonging to the first part of the chromatogram (short retention times).
1: GC chromatogram of linolenic acid isomers (in methylated form)
As an abnormal chromatogram was detected, it suggests there may be problems with the measurement on the primary analyser (Bio Rad Variant).