clean-up

analytical procedure for the removal of the matrix components (e.g. fats, proteins, high-boiling point hydrocarbons) that, if co-introduced on a chromatographic column would lead to their degradation or destruction. Clean-up is usually realized by low-resolution chromatographic separation with a mechanism different to that employed for the analytical separation (e.g. passing through a reversed phase of polar compounds to be separated by ion-exchange).



The term "clean-up" was found in the following pages:

Frontiers in Environmental Geoscience 2011 | EVISA's Agenda of Events
Company database: SHODEX Chromatographic Phases
Instrument database: Fluid Management System Inc. - Power-Prep System
Directory of scientists: Helle Rüsz Hansen
NEMC 2013: Protecting Human Health through Environmental Measurement and Monitoring | EVISA's Agenda of Events
Instrument database: Skalar - San ++ Analyzer
Link database: Hazardous Substances Data Bank: Actinium, radioactive
Instrument database: Dionex Corporation - ASE 150 Accelerated Solvent Extraction System
Use of organoarsenicals as pesticides may lead to contamination of soils and groundwater with toxic arsenic species | EVISA's News
Research fields related to elemental speciation
Journals database: Analytical Methods and Instrumentation
Toxic mine cleanup may get help from arsenic-loving bacteria | EVISA's News
New Reference Material for Hexavalent Chromium in Contaminated Soil | EVISA's News
Link database: Hazardous Substances Data Bank: Americium, radioactive
Instrument database: Arizona Instruments LLC - Jerome® J405 Portable Mercury Vapor Analyzer
Instrument database: Thermo Scientific - TriPlus™ - GC Autosampler
Solid-phase extraction in speciation analysis | EVISA's News
Instrument database: Fiberlite Centrifuges Inc. - FIBERFuge 3K Plus Centrifuge with microtiter plates
Instrument database: GERSTEL GmbH & Co.KG - Automated Solid Phase Extraction (SPE)
Instrument database: Thermo Separation Products - P1500 Binary Isocratic Pump