derivatization

Analytical process of the controlled conversion of species originally present in a sample into forms with improved chromatographic yield or separation coefficient. The most popular is derivatization of ionic or highly polar species into non-polar species that can be readilly separated by GC (e.g. Grignard derivatization).



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