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* composition of liquid product: asphaltenes 12.0, aliphatics 42.8, aromatics 19.1, polar compounds 26.0.
Dieffenbacher, "Determination of polar compounds, polymerized and oxidized triacylglycerols, and diacylglycerols in oils and fats: Results of collaborative studies and the standardized method (Technical report)," Pure and Applied Chemistry, vol.
HPSEC Analysis of Polar Compounds. The polar compounds (PCs) were separated from the nonpolar compounds following AOAC analytical method as described in Paradiso et al.
Separation of these pure compounds whether being alkaloids or polar compounds will be separated on HPLC and characterized by NMR.
It is very important to remove these polar compounds because most of sulphides are polar compounds in gasoline.
Organic pollutants in the water cycle; properties, occurrence, analysis and environmental relevance of polar compounds.
Currently most of the LC-MS/MS methods for polar compounds require offline extraction to clean and concentrate samples before injection into the mass spectrometer.
Organic Pollutants in the Water Cycle: Properties, Occurrence, Analysis and Environmental Relevance of Polar Compounds
The active ingredient in Ampacet 101787 is highly porous and preferentially absorbs smaller, odor-causing molecules, especially ammonium-based (nitrogen-based) and polar compounds, Ampacet explains.
Masterbatch 101787 from Ampacet Corp., Tarrytown, N.Y., contains high-surface-area zeolites that are highly porous and preferentially adsorb smaller, odor-causing molecules, especially ammonium-based and polar compounds. Since it is moderately hydrophobic, it is said to readily remove organic and inorganic compounds in the presence of water.
Amongst this group of more polar compounds therefore, smaller molecules elute first.