Chromatographic separations. Chapter 26 The “stuff” you do before you analyze a “complex” sample. It is all about “Reducing Interferences”. Mobile and Stationary phase Retention - Migration Bands or zones Equilibrium!. Column vs. planar Liquid vs. gas vs. SF High vs. low resolution
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The “stuff” you do before you analyze a “complex” sample
A. Column Chromatograpgy, B. Planar Chromatograpgy
Less band spread
A mobile ↔ A stationary
CS = nS/VS, CM = nM/VM
K ~ constant linear chromatography
>>>K >>> Retention in the stationary phase Retention times
How to manipulate K?
tM = retention time of mobile phase (dead time)
tR = retention time of analyte (solute)
tS = time spent in stationary phase (adjusted retention time)
L = length of the column
Velocity = distance/time length of column/ retention times
Velocity of solute:
Velocity of mobile phase:
Adjusted retention time
RRT = tR/tRs
tRs = retention time of internal standard
B retained more than A a >1
L = length of column packing
s standard deviation s2/L variance per unit length.
Note the differences in flowrate and plates height scales
Why GC normalluy has high H, but also high overall efficiency?
Van - Deemter
λ and γ are constants that depend on quality of the packing.
B is coefficient of longitudinal diffusion.
Cs and Cm are coefficients of mass transfer in stationary and mobile phase, respectively.
Van - Deemter Equation
Stagnant pools of mobile phase
retained in stationary phase.