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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.

chromatogram

/chro·mato·gram/ (kro-mat´o-gram) the record produced by chromatography.

chromatogram

[krōmat′əgram′]
1 the record produced by the separation of gaseous substances or dissolved chemical substances moving through a column of absorbent material that filters out the various absorbates in different layers.
2 any graphic record produced by any chromatographic method.

chro·mat·o·gram

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

chromatogram

the record produced by chromatography.
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The total ion chromatograms of fresh and baked pear also showed similar flavor profiles, but some compounds were at different concentrations because they underwent a heat treatment, or there were oxidation reactions or enzyme activity in the baked pears.