high-performance liquid chromatography

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high‐performance liquid chromatography Also known as high‐pressure liquid chromatography, and generally abbreviated to hplc. An extremely sensitive analytical technique, typically able to separate and measure nanograms or smaller amounts of compounds in samples of 10–100 μl.

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high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) A sensitive technique for separating or analysing mixtures, in which the sample is forced through the chromatography column under pressure.