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eluant

noun el·u·ant \ˈel-yə-wənt, -yü-ənt\

Definition of ELUANT

:  a solvent used in eluting

Variants of ELUANT

el·u·ant or el·u·ent \ˈel-yə-wənt, -yü-ənt\

Origin of ELUANT

Latin eluent-, eluens, present participle of eluere
First Known Use: 1941
Medical Dictionary

eluant

noun el·u·ant

Medical Definition of ELUANT

:  a solvent used in eluting

Variants of ELUANT

el·u·ant or el·u·ent \ˈel-yə-wənt\

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