normal phase

normal phase

a chromatographic mode in which the mobile phase is less polar than the stationary phase.
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My son is suddenly very aware of people's bodies - apparently (Google, obv) it's a normal phase they go through and you must be very relaxed and open so they develop positive body image and aren't embarrassed.
Skin darkening is a normal phase of pregnancy and even celebrities who are famous for their flawless skin are no exception to this condition.
The toxic peptides directly interfere with the assembly and function of these essential compartments by disturbing normal phase transitions, the processes that allow membrane-less organelles to assemble and function.
I used to announce quite frequently that, 'I'm going to have a cry now' and promptly burst into tears," she admits, while stressing that being emotional is a normal phase that won't last forever.
Archaeological due diligence is usually not a part normal Phase I or Phase II Environmental Site Assessments.
Figure 6 shows a HPLC chromatogram of vitamin E standards and DPNR serum extract using Normal Phase - High Performance Liquid Chromatography (NP-HPLC).
We knew of course that the succession is a normal phase bound to happen," Khalid said.
Treatment with EO also prevented UVB disturbed cell cycle to normal phase.
We are settling back into a normal phase of cooperation with our Pakistani partners.
WASHINGTON -- Observing that the United States' relations with Pakistan are settling back into normal phase of cooperation, Washington has said that it is working with both Islamabad and Kabul to contain violence along their porous border.