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Cryobiology - The study of the effects of lower than normally preferred temperature | Quiz test, Mock test

Cryobiology - The study of the effects of lower than normally preferred temperature | Quiz test, Mock test

Cryobiology is the branch of biology that studies the effects of low temperatures on living things within Earth\\\'s cryosphere or in science. In practice, cryobiology is the study of biological material or systems at temperatures below normal.

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Peak broadening is greatly contributed by

Column fitting
Mobile phase flow rate/ viscosity
Stagnant mobile phase in column
Detector sensitiveness

Which of the following is called as “Soap Chromatography”

SEC
IPC
CE
RPC

A TLC technique uses centrifugal forces to accelerate the solvent flow from the center of the plate

Adsorption chromatography
RPC
HPTLC
Bonded phase chromatography

Retention factor, k is most commonly used in describing

SEC
GC
HPLC
SCFC

Response time, is the time required for the detector to attain a percent of the final response signal (98%). Too slow a response time leads to

Peak broadening
Peak tailing
Peak distortion
Peak doubling

The parameter merely used to compare the relative column efficiencies for column having packing material with different particle size

Reduced plate height
Partial diameter
Both a and b
HETP

Which of the following is not true reg. “Radial thin-layer chromatography”

A TLC technique that spots a sample in the center of circular plate
Sample is carried out radially from the center spot as the solvent moves away from the wick
Solvent applied to the spot through a wick
None of the above

The use of Radio activity detector commonly found in

HPLC
RPC
GC
All of the above

An LC technique merely used for the separation of Macro molecules

Diffusion chromatography
Perfusion chromatography
Adsorption chromatography
Exclusion chromatography

In the equation n = 1+0.25[N1/2×ln(1+K1e)] ; n is

Peak maximum
Peak skimming constant
Peak capacity
Peak number
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