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- adj. Of or pertaining to chromatography.
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- adj. of or pertaining to chromatography.
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- adj. of or relating to chromatography
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The particular interest was in chromatographic methods of fractionation.
Runge, Schönbein, and Goppelsroeder, had used filter paper for a kind of chromatographic analysis, while Tsvett and many of his successors used mainly tubes packed with various finely powdered, active substances for separations.
Lederer began to develop new chromatographic techniques to purify the materials.
She began her career in Pittsburgh as a Research Chemist developing characterization methods, especially preparative-scale liquid chromatographic separations, for the “Structural Definition of Synthetic Fuels” project in the Coal Science Division.
Methods and results of gas chromatographic-mass spectrometric determination of volatile organic substances in an urban atmosphere.
All you need is to lick a piece of chromatographic paper and a whole new world of smelligible singles will be at your finger tips if they've taken the test too, that is.
After enriching the transcription proteins about a hundred-fold through two chromatographic steps, we could proceed no further.
Both of these are very hard to measure; they tend to stick to gas chromatographic columns nigh onto forever.
Valio uses a chromatographic separation process that physically removes the lactose.
They are well separated, show a nice gaussian shape, and deconvolution based on just the chromatographic domain will likely already work.