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chromatograph

 [kro-mat´o-graf]
1. to analyze by chromatography.
2. the apparatus used in chromatography.

chro·mat·o·graph

(krō-mat'ō-graf),
To perform chromatography.

chromatograph

/chro·mato·graph/ (kro-mat´o-graf)
1. the apparatus used in chromatography.
2. to analyze by chromatography.

chromatograph

1. to analyze by chromatography.
2. the apparatus used in chromatography.
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Breaking a 50-year technology barrier, the GCX is the first field-mountable industrial gas chromatograph transmitter that offers the features of traditional process gas chromatographs.
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The sample fills a fixed volume sample loop that is injected into the chromatograph.
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The unit has been adapted to fit inside of a high-temperature chromatograph in order to determine the absolute masses of samples which are only soluble at elevated temperatures.
To decode the marker, scientists would separate the constituent compounds with a gas chromatograph and then break each compound apart with a mass spectrometer to reveal the particular combinations of isotopes.