high-performance liquid chromatography


high–per·for·mance liquid chromatography

noun \-pə(r)-ˈfr-mən(t)s-\

Definition of HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY

: liquid chromatography in which the degree of separation is increased by forcing a solvent under pressure through a densely packed adsorbent—abbreviation HPLC; called also high-pressure liquid chromatography

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