Definition of Chromatographer

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chromatographer

chromatin particles
chromatinic
chromatinolysis
chromatinorrhexis
chromatins
chromatism
chromatisms
chromatite
chromatium
chromato-
chromatogenous
chromatogram
chromatograms
chromatograph
chromatographed
chromatographer (current term)
chromatographic
chromatographical
chromatographically
chromatographies
chromatographing
chromatographs
chromatography
chromatography column
chromatography paper
chromatoid
chromatokinesis
chromatology
chromatolyses
chromatolysis

Literary usage of Chromatographer

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1. Handbook of Young Artists and Amateurs in Oilpainting: Being Chiefly a by Laughton Osborn, Pierre Louis Bouvier (1849)
"Account, description, or treatise, of colors, their properties, uses, etc. Hence we may use chromatographer ; like geographer, etc. ..."

2. Thin-Layer Chromatography: A Camag Bibliography edited by Dieter Janchen (1992)
"It makes the developing process reproducible; constant monitoring by the chromatographer is unnecessary. You program: - conditions of pre-equilibration, ..."

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