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(a) Write the meaning of the retention factor, k, in terms of time spent by solute in

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Problem 22-18

(a) Write the meaning of the retention factor, k, in terms of time spent by solute in each phase. (b) Write an expression in terms of k for the fraction of time spent by a solute molecule in the mobile phase. (c) The retention ratio in chromatography is defined as Show that R is related to the retention factor by the equation R 1/(k 1).

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