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  • n. Any substance undergoing analysis.

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  • The TVA data does include information such as "Elevated detection limits due to high analyte concentration."

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  • On the other hand, in the case of chemical analysis, the analyte concentration for a single determination needs to be 3 times the standard deviation of the blank to reliably report it as detected with 99.7% confidence and at least ten to 15 times the s.d. for quantitation.

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  • Also, the analyte may show an increase or decrease due to interaction with the container.

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  • Dr. LoBrutto's main research directions include HPLC retention mechanisms, the influence of mobile phase modifiers on analyte retention and chromatographic figures of merit, and method development strategies for small molecules and proteins/peptides.

  • The main focus of Dr. Kazakevich's research is in HPLC retention mechanisms and the description of the analyte migration through the column with an emphasis on the influence of adsorbent geometry and surface chemistry.

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  • 'There is a shift in the signal, meaning the analyte is binding the surface.

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  • A microfluidic platform that contains a fibre-based Raman spectroscopy system could pave the way towards lab-on-a-chip devices for biological analyte detection and environmental sensing.

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  • For fixed analyte concentrations we find an increase in capture rate as the DNA length increases from 800 to 8,000 base pairs, a length-independent capture rate for longer molecules, and increasing capture rates when ionic gradients are established across the pore.

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  • (analytical chemistry) Any substance undergoing analysis.

    July 29, 2008