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Eluate

Definition
noun, plural: eluates
(1) The liquid or solution of solvent and dissolved material produced during elution or chromatography.
(2) The substance separated out or emerging from the column of a chromatograph.
Supplement
Word origin: Latin ─ôlu(ere) to wash out.
See also: chromatography, elution


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