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eluent

 [e-lu´ent]
the solution used in elution.

el·u·ent

(el'yū-ent), Do not confuse this word with eluant.
The mobile phase in chromatography.
See also: elution.
Synonym(s): developer (1) , elutant

eluent

[el′yo̅o̅·ənt]
a solvent or solution used in an elution process, such as column chromatography.

el·u·ent

(el'yū-ĕnt)
The mobile phase in chromatography.
See also: elution
Synonym(s): developer (2) .

el·u·ent

(el'yū-ĕnt)
The mobile phase in chromatography.
Synonym(s): developer (1) .

eluent

the solution used in elution.
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2] resin strips were placed in each of the remaining 40 mL of solution and shaken for 2 h before being removed, rinsed, and placed in 10 mL of eluant solution as described above.
Another interesting component is 2-phenylethanol, which is found in the eluants of all the beers.
Eluants were concentrated (via nitrogen evaporation) and the Aroclors were further isolated from the oil matrix using a semi-preparative aminopropylsilane column using hexane as the mobile phase [36, 37].
The eluants were combined and concentrated with a rotary evaporator, and internal standard 2,2',3,4,4',5,6,6'-octachlorobiphenyl (PCB 204) was added.
Blank plasma samples were extracted as described above, and the derived methanolic eluants were supplemented with 90 [micro]g/L acenocoumarol, 1000 [micro]g/L phenprocoumon, 1500 [micro]g/L warfarin, or 100 [micro]g/L IS.
18 gms) was chromatographed over silica gel using petroleum ethyl acetate mixtures of increasing polarity as eluants.