Definition of chromatograph in English:

chromatograph

Line breaks: chro¦mato|graph
Pronunciation: /krəʊˈmatəɡrɑːf
 
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noun

  • 1An apparatus for performing chromatography.
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    • For each set of analyses, a sample of ambient air was injected into the chromatograph to monitor calibration.
    • Mass spectrometers often are attached to chromatographs.
    • The injector and detector of the chromatograph were maintained at 250 and 275 deg C, respectively.
  • 1.1 another term for chromatogram.
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    • The HPLC chromatographs were compared to the chromatograph of ‘Linetta,’ a rapeseed variety widely used as a standard for glucosinolate identification.
    • UV-absorbance chromatographs for each line were compared with a chromatograph of the unmixed standard reaction that had been subjected to denaturation/reannealing.
    • Review of example chromatographs for Hb O-Arab in the published literature shows the presence of this minor peak.2-5 It is assumed that this minor peak is glycosylated Hb O-Arab or possibly a degraded product of this hemoglobin.

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