High Pressure Liquid Chromatography
High Performance Liquid Chromatography. is an analytical-chemistry-based tool for analyzing mixtures of chemical compounds. It is used to determine the amount of a chemical compound within a mixture of other chemicals, for example the exact amount of active pharmaceutical ingredient in a drug. The sample is dissolved in a solvent (like water or alcohol) and a detector measures response changes between the solvent itself, and the solvent and sample when passing through it. The electrical response is digitized and sent to a data system. Click here for more information.
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High performance liquid chromatography. a sensitive technique for separating and analysing mixtures. It is a form of liquid chromatography in which the sample is forced through the chromatography column under pressure by high-pressure pumps. HPLC is useful for separating compounds that are dissolved in solution and results in an excellent separation in a relatively short time.
High Performance Liquid Chromatography. An analytical system consisting of an injector, pump, analytical column, and detector. Using a liquid mobile phase, the sample is pumped through the column, where it is separated into discrete sample component bands which are detected and measured as the bands elute from the column.
High Performance Liquid Chromatography - Technique for separating chemicals that are non-volatile. Chemicals can then be identified or quantitated.
igh ressure iquid Chromatography - an sensitive instrument for identifying large molecule compounds
HPLC is abbreviation for high-performance liquid chromatography. HPLC is a variation of liquid chromatography that utilizes high-pressure pumps to increase the efficiency of the separation.
Sometimes called high-performance liquid chromatography, is a separation technique based on a solid stationary phase and a liquid mobile phase. Separations (into distinct bands) are achieved by partition, adsorption, or ion-exchange processes, depending upon the type of stationary phase used. Each band is then profiled as the solvent flows through a UV detector, or by fluorescence, or refractive index detectors.
High Pressure Liquid Chromatograhy. A separation/detection technique. Used to separate the nutrient of concern, such as vitamin A, from the vitamin/mineral matrix. Main method used for vitamin analysis.
See High Pressure Liquid Chromatograhy.
(High-performance liquid chromatography) is an analytical method used for the chromatographic separation, identification, and quantification of pesticides isolated in natural-water samples.
High Performace Liquid Chromotagraphy.
High Performance Liquid Chromatography, a highly technical scientific method for (i) determining the constituents of a particular plant, chemical or other substance, and (ii) determining the concentration of each of those constituents.
High performance liquid chromatography; an analytical technique which separates organic compounds in solution on a chromatography column and quantitatively measure them by elution through a suitable detector - usually ultra-violet, spectrophotometric, fluorescence or electrochemical.
high performance liquid chromatography. HPLC is a highly efficient form of column chromatography* that pumps a liquid solution of the sample at very high pressure through a column packed with a stationary phase made of very tiny particles. The high pressure pumps required make HPLC an expensive technique.
high-pressure liquid chromatograph
a method of separating molecules using liquid chromatography
High-Performance Liquid Chromatography, a method for characterizing proteins.