chromatogram

(from the article `chromatography`) ...required for subsequent manipulation, either simultaneous separations are performed or the sample is applied as a streak across the stationary ... ...registering the signal intensity, repeating the process, and then summing the stored signals to produce a number proportional to the area. The ... ...
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chromatogram

(kro-mat´o-gram) the record produced by chromatography.
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chromatogram

noun the recording (column or paper strip) on which the constituents of a mixture are adsorbed in chromatography
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Chromatogram

A series of peaks and valleys printed or written on a paper chart where each peak represents a component or mixture of two or more unresolved components in a mixture separated by gas or liquid chromatography
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chromatogram

chromatogram The graphic record produced by chromatography (the separation of chemical substances and particles [originally plant pigments and other highly colored compounds] by differential movement through a two-phase system).
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chromatogram

The graphic record produced by chromatography. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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chromatogram

Type: Term Pronunciation: krō-mat′ō-gram Definitions: 1. The graphic record produced by chromatography.
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chromatogram

[n] - the recording (column or paper strip) on which the constituents of a mixture are adsorbed in chromatography
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Chromatogram

[pronounce: krow-mat-O-gram ] The dried piece of paper produced by chromatography.
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