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Chemical Fractionation

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  • Computer-assisted recognition of these profiles was followed by a rapid chemical fractionation, thus permitting the efficient dereplication of those extracts containing cucurbitacins B [3] and D [4], respectively [8].
  • Total metal analyses, sequential chemical fractionation, and DTPA extractions were carried out on samples of control and sludge-amended pedons in Nigeria (a Rhodic Kandiustult and two Rhodic Kandiustalfs from Nigeria, respectively) [9].
  • The chemical fractionation of Mn, Al, Zn, Cu and Ti was investigated using a five-step sequential extraction procedure employing KNO3, KF, Na4P2O7, EDTA and HNO3 [10].
  • The chemical fractionation of these elements was also determined by a sequential leaching procedure, using deionized water, NH4OAC and HCI as extracting agents [11].
  • The bioassay-guided chemical fractionation of this extract afforded the sesquiterpene dialdehyde polygodial as the active constituent [12].

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