isocratic flow

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isocratic flow (usually uncountable, plural isocratic flows)

  1. (chemistry) In liquid chromatography, a mobile phase of constant composition. In contrast to this is the so called "gradient elution", which is a separation where the mobile phase changes its composition during a separation process.
    Operating an isocratic flow of 2 mL min.