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chromatogram

noun chro·mato·gram \krō-ˈma-tə-ˌgram, krə-\

Definition of CHROMATOGRAM

1
:  the pattern formed on an adsorbent medium by the layers of components separated by chromatography
2
:  a time-based graphic record (as of concentration of eluted materials) of a chromatographic separation
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First Known Use of CHROMATOGRAM

1922
Medical Dictionary

chromatogram

noun chro·mato·gram \krō-ˈmat-ə-ˌgram, krə-\

Medical Definition of CHROMATOGRAM

1
:  the pattern formed on the adsorbent medium by the layers of components separated by chromatography
2
:  a time-based graphic record (as of concentration of eluted materials) of a chromatographic separation

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