[ee-loot, ih-loot] /iˈlut, ɪˈlut/
verb (used with object), eluted, eluting. Physical Chemistry.
to remove by dissolving, as absorbed material from an adsorbent.
(transitive) to wash out (a substance) by the action of a solvent, as in chromatography
“washing, purification,” 1610s, from Latin elutionem (nominative elutio) “a washing out,” noun of action from past participle stem of eluere “to wash out, wash off, clean,” from ex- “out” (see ex-) + luere “to wash” (see lave).
elution e·lu·tion (ĭ-lōō’shən)
The process of extracting a substance that is adsorbed to another by washing it with a solvent. ◇ The substance used as a solvent in elution is called an eluent. ◇ The solution of the solvent and the substance that was adsorbed to another is called the eluate.
[ih-loo-tree-eyt] /ɪˈlu triˌeɪt/ verb (used with object), elutriated, elutriating. 1. to purify by washing and straining or decanting. 2. to separate the light and heavy particles of by washing. /ɪˈluːtrɪˌeɪt/ verb 1. (transitive) to purify or separate (a substance or mixture) by washing and straining or decanting
[ih-loo-tree-ey-ter] /ɪˈlu triˌeɪ tər/ noun 1. a machine for separating particles of mineral by elutriation.
[ih-loo-vee-uh m] /ɪˈlu vi əm/ noun, plural eluvia [ih-loo-vee-uh] /ɪˈlu vi ə/ (Show IPA). Geology. 1. a deposit of soil, dust, etc., formed from the decomposition of rock and found in its place of origin. /ɪˈluːvɪəm/ noun (pl) -via (-vɪə) 1. a mass of sand, silt, etc: a product of the erosion of rocks that […]
[ih-loo-vee-uh l] /ɪˈlu vi əl/ adjective 1. of or relating to eluviation or .