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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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where [S.sub.f] is the sulfur content of the shale oil, and [A.sub.p] and [A.sub.f] are the total peak areas of the GC-SCD chromatograms of the product and shale oil, respectively.
The not referenced peaks on the Figure 3 chromatogram correspond from left to right to heptane (solvent), methyl octanoate and 4-methyl-phenol, respectively.
The class of n-alkanes was also identified by extracting chromatograms for the m/z 57.06983 (exact mass: 57.06988, error: -0.87 ppm).
In particular, an Enbrel chromatogram revealed a higher relative abundance of late eluting species.
Caption: FIGURE 2: Extract ion (m/z 802 [right arrow] 758) chromatograms obtained from LC-LTQ MS analysis of microsomal incubations containing LIM, GSH, NAL, and NADPH in the absence microsomes (a) or in presence of HLMs (b) or MLMs (c).
Figure (5) shows the chromatograms of TC scans under DUIS eluted by 5 mM oxalic acid solution as aqueous phase.
The chromatograms of the reaction mixture using other substrates (5b-d) are shown in Figure 9.
HPLC chromatogram of local sample is presented in Figure 4.
Each experiment was therefore described by the area of the 143 peaks recorded in the chromatogram. Figure 1 reports the results obtained: the peaks are reported on x-axis in order of elution, while the corresponding areas are reported on the y-axis (the darker the marker, the highest the sample amount).
It appears that that peak heights in the chromatograms of the reference standard in Fig.
The identification of the components of the products was confirmed using total ion chromatograms and fragmentation pattern.