- of or relating to hair
- haarvat, capillair
- any of the minute blood vessels connecting arterioles with venules
- a tube of small internal diameter; holds liquid by capillary action
- Incidentally, that the gills of fish are bright red is because there are many 'capillary vessels' collected there, the same as for lungs.
- Capillary column
- Flow capillary
- FC Flow capillary
- For capillary GC, use an on-column injector.
- Alternatively a capillary column may be used (5.2.2).
- Moreover the triglyceride analysis has to be carried out by capillary column.
- Propellant storage systems using the principle of capillary containment or positive expulsion (i.e., with flexible bladders);
- 0,2 μm pore size polycarbonate capillary pore filters (25 mm diameter).
- Gas chromatograph suitable for use with a capillary column, provided with a splitting system consisting of:
- DETERMINING SITOSTEROL OR STIGMASTEROL IN BUTTER OR CONCENTRATED BUTTER BY CAPILLARY-COLUMN GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY
- Note 1: The suitability and equivalence of both packed and capillary columns have been demonstrated previously [2-4].
- Note: Use of either packed or capillary columns generally results in a resolution similar to Figure 1.
- The sterols are transformed into trimethyl-silyl ethers and are analysed by capillary-column gas chromatography with reference to an internal standard/betulin.
- Explain the basic functioning of different kinds of expansion regulators (thermostatic expansion valves, capillary tubes) and risks of leakage associated to it