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Gas chromatography then separated the chemical mix into its component parts, providing the researchers with an exact readout of the chemicals contributing to the smell of the pages.
The structure of the battery is formed from a sheet of chromatography paper, divided into a grid of creases.
So Jeffrey Walterscheid, then a toxicologist at the institute, used a test known as liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry to pinpoint loperamide as the culprit.
The experiments available cover a wide spectrum of science disciplines: biology, robotics, chemistry, geosciences, electromagnetism, optics and chromatography…
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