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Reagents, Chromatography

Definition : Reagents used in assays to separate mixtures of chemical compounds into individual components according to the different rates at which they are retarded by a stationary material (stationary phase) as they pass over it. These reagents include a solvent mixture (i.e., the mobile phase, a gas or liquid) that carries the sample, the adsorbing material (a thin layer or a column), and other auxiliary reagents (e.g., solvents for elution). Chromatography reagents are mostly used in the clinical laboratory to identify trace quantities of substances in body fluids.

Entry Terms : "Chromatography Reagents" , "Reagents, Toxicology"

UMDC code : 17042


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