chromatographic analysis

chromatographic analysis

(krō-măt″ă-grăf′ĭk ă-năl′ĭ-sĭs)
Analysis of substances on the basis of the reaction of the constituents as they are differentially absorbed on one of a variety of materials such as filter paper.
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Contract notice: supply, installation and maintenance of a tandem mass spectrometry liquid chromatographic analysis instrument (lc-ms-ms) reference number: 19s0103pp
Fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) analysis: In order to conduct the chromatographic analysis of the fatty acids found in lipids, they need to be transformed into non-polar, volatile and stable methyl ester derivatives.
In this separation method, the tri-butyl phosphate compound was separated from the jet fuel before the chromatographic analysis was performed.
RP-HPLC/UV (Perkin Elmer series 200 system, Norwalk, USA) was used for chromatographic analysis equipped with an auto sampler (sample injecting system), pump, peltier column oven, online vacuum degasser, and ultra violet visible detector (series-200).
Polymeric materials present unique challenges for chromatographic analysis. "We are currently developing methods for chromatographic analysis of polymers in pharmaceutical formulations, where one or more polymers play a key role as active pharmaceutical ingredient or excipient," said Todd.
High pressure liquid chromatographic analysis of lycorine in four Galanthus species growing in Turkey.
Chromatographic analysis of Hb S for the diagnosis of various sickle cell disorders in Pakistan.
Samples for chromatographic analysis were randomly collected within the plots, and plants were cut in half to separate the upper and lower parts.
Nowadays varieties of analysis methods based on spectral analysis and chromatographic analysis have been developed to identify and analyze food composition and food structure more quickly.
The recovery tests of different insecticides were performed by the analysis of honey samples through method validation because validation is a prerequisite of any reliable chromatographic analysis (Levison et al., 1995).
For example, in crops with high concentrations of non-pVACs, chromatographic analysis is necessary in order to accurately quantify the micronutrients.
In most of the published works, international, national or departmental standards or techniques for interpreting the results of chromatographic analysis of dissolved gases in oil (CADG) are used as a decisive rule.